WASHINGTON, Jan 20 (Reuters) - U.S. senators hope to vote soon on a plan giving a special two-year break to airlines and other companies with large pension burdens, the chairman of the Senate Finance Committee said on Tuesday. Despite opposition from the White House, Sen. Charles Grassley said the proposal under discussion would add the special help to a pension bill by House Rep. John Boehner, which is expected to debated on the Senate floor within a few days. Already passed by the ...
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