I was just handed a 479-page tax bill a few hours before the vote. One page literally has hand scribbled policy changes on it that can’t be read. This is Washington, D.C. at its worst. Montanans deserve so much better. pic.twitter.com/q6lTpXoXS0
— Senator Jon Tester (@SenatorTester) December 2, 2017
This is how we’re writing legislation now? pic.twitter.com/kfy7yghtJA
— Mark Warner (@MarkWarner) December 2, 2017
Senate Republicans are trying to force a vote in the next few hours on a 479-page tax bill whose final text includes handwritten edits in the margins. That's ridiculous. pic.twitter.com/w3iRZbSN9D
— Kamala Harris (@KamalaHarris) December 2, 2017
Good news: we finally have a tax bill to look at.
Bad news: we can’t read it.
Worst news: we may be voting on it in just a few hours. pic.twitter.com/deiAOCscol
— Senator Patty Murray (@PattyMurray) December 2, 2017
Any handwriting experts out there? I'd like to know what this says before they call for a vote. This is absurd. pic.twitter.com/6UkiJmuY9T
— Senator Bob Casey (@SenBobCasey) December 1, 2017
— Cory Booker (@CoryBooker) December 2, 2017
— Senator Dick Durbin (@SenatorDurbin) December 1, 2017