The Hill’s big appetite for pork | csmonitor.com: “a new tax bill, launched when Congress wanted to fix a $5 billion-a-year export subsidy that turned out to be illegal under global trade rules. Now, measures tacked on outside the normal budget process have expanded the bill’s girth to $170 billion in tax breaks:

? $519 million for makers of small jets.

? $8 million for makers of arrows. Yes, as in Robin Hood.

? $25 million for foreigners who gamble at US horse and dog races.”

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