So, rather than having to speculate on what is actually in this secretly and undemocratically negotiated compromise between a major corporation and government, let's have a look at the draft. Secrets and democracy don't mix.
In all its glory:
Clarification Re: Secrecy
Apparently, there is some concern about the use of "secretly and undemocratically" in my description of the course of events that led to the special session and, ultimately, draft bill. I'm not referring to the draft bill itself as secret (and my wording surely caused this portion of the misunderstanding), but the process whereby consent for this arrangement apparently was earned before the public was even notified that this deal was a possibility. And then, this deal being announced in an emergency fashion has led to a rushed process where we aren't even discussing what it means to have a corporation dictate tax policy to a legislature. This is what I mean by secret and undemocratic.
Also, see the state legislature's web page for the latest updates on drafts.