US senator threatens to fly solo with airline help


By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, May 23 (Reuters) - A frustrated Republican senator threatened on Tuesday to yank airline relief provisions out of a stalled pension reform bill but House of Representatives Majority Leader John Boehner said Congress would not break up the legislation. Deleting the airline aid proposals could further hurt the outlook for the pension legislation, which aims to tighten funding rules for thousands of companies and has generated little enthusiasm from the U.S. ...

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