US House of Representatives voted 265-158 Wednesday to instruct House negotiators to accept provisions in the Senate pension bill aimed at protecting airline pensions. The measure, offered by Rep. George Miller (D-Calif.), would give airlines that freeze their plans up to 20 years to fully fund them. The bill also would stop benefit cuts to pilots forced to retire at age 60 whose pensions are funded by the government.

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