GOP tax law has significant bugs, and Dems aren't anxious to help fix them

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Democrats aren't in a hurry to help Republicans fix significant glitches the tax law that was written without their input, Politico reports.

Why it matters: There are more hiccups in the bill than is normal even for complex legislation, Politico reports, which some experts have blamed on "the breakneck pace at which the legislation was pushed through Congress." One blocks retailers and restaurants from using tax write-offs for remodeling; another "prevents people making various types of improvements to non-residential real estate from immediately deducting their entire cost, as lawmakers intended," with a typo exacerbating that error.