CNET says;

… millions in tax breaks and related pork for kids’ wooden arrows, Puerto Rican rum producers, auto race tracks, and corporations operating in American Samoa.

The New York Post says;

The Congressional Budget Office said the package of breaks – including obvious pork and some more defensible tax-relief measures – will add about $112 billion to budget deficits over the next five years because the bill doesn’t contain enough offsetting revenue hikes to keep the budget balanced.

A hundred billion here, a hundred billion there and pretty soon you’re talking about real money.