Provisions of the anti-terror bill the House passed Wednesday:

• Extends electronic surveillance periods to 120 days from 90 days and for searches to 90 days from 45 days.

• Limits the use of Foreign Intelligence Service Act court orders to investigations of international terrorism or clandestine intelligence activities

• Requires investigations of U.S. persons be based on more than just First Amendment activities.

• Allows roving wiretap authority on electronic equipment, including cell phones

• Allows pen registers/trap and trace on particular phone numbers but restricts content collection 

• Increases the number of FISA judges from seven to 11

• Expedites the hiring of translators for the FBI

• Allows seizure of voice mail messages

• Does not allow the use of information collected on Americans by foreign governments when that information was collected in violation of the U.S. Constitution

• Authorizes nationwide service of subpoenas for electronic subscriber information

• Expands list of items subject to subpoena to include the means and source of payment for electronic subscriber information

• Authorizes electronic communications service to disclose contents of and subscriber information in case of emergencies involving the immediate danger of death or serious physical injury

• Allows sharing of grand jury and wiretap information for official law enforcement duties

• Allows sharing grand jury and wiretap information that involves foreign intelligence and counterintelligence

• Does not allow disclosure of tax return information by Treasury to federal law enforcement and intelligence agencies in responding to terrorist incidents  

• Triples the number of Border Patrol, Customs Service and INS inspectors at the northern border

• Authorizes $100 million to improve INS and Customs technology and additional equipment for monitoring the northern border

• Requires an integrated automated fingerprint identification system for points of entry and overseas consular posts

• Authorizes a counter-terrorism fund to reimburse the Department of Justice for any costs related to investigating and prosecuting terrorism 

• Expedites disability and death payments to firefighters, law enforcement officers or emergency personnel involved in the prevention, investigation, rescue or recovery efforts related to any future terrorist attack 

• Increases benefits program payments to public safety officers 

• Coordinates secure information sharing among federal, state and local law enforcement agencies to investigate and prosecute terrorist conspiracies and activities 

• Expands fraud and abuse laws to cover computers outside the U.S. used to affect interstate commerce or communications inside the U.S.

• Replenishes the Justice Department's antiterrorism emergency reserve with up to $50 million; authorizes private gift-giving to the fund; allows service providers to use reserve fund to expedite assistance to victims of domestic terrorism 

• Creates a new criminal statute to punish for terrorist attacks and other acts of violence against mass transportation systems

• Creates a list of offenses that will carry an eight-year statute of limitations for prosecution except where they resulted in, or created a risk of, death or serious bodily injury

• Defines maximum penalties for terror-related activities where appropriate, including life imprisonment or supervision

• Adds conspiracy provisions to some criminal statutes and provides that the penalties for such conspiracies may not include death

• Adds certain terrorism-related crimes to RICO and money laundering rules

• Creates two new crimes prohibiting certain persons from possessing a listed biological agent or toxin and prohibiting all persons from possessing a biological agent, toxin or delivery system of a type or in a quantity that is not reasonably justified by a peaceful purpose 

• Limits delay of search warrants when this authority would result in flight or property seizure

• Requires a court application to obtain student records 

• Grants authority to the president to restrict exports of agricultural products, medicine or medical devices to the Taliban or the territory of Afghanistan controlled by the Taliban

• Increases to seven days the length of time an alien may be held before being charged with criminal or immigration violations

• Defines terrorist activities but makes exceptions for people who have innocent contacts to non-certified terrorist organizations

• Enhances the secretary of state's existing power to certify groups as terrorist organizations

• Enhances data-sharing between the FBI and the State Department/INS and between the State Department and foreign governments

• Clarifies CIA director's role to set overall strategy for collection of information through court‑ordered FISA surveillance, but no operational authority

• Increases CIA authority to investigate "international terrorist activities"

• Encourages CIA to recruit informants to fight terrorism

• Requires attorney general to develop guidelines for disclosing to the CIA foreign intelligence information obtained in criminal investigations

• Requires the attorney general and CIA to provide training to federal, state and local government officials to identify foreign intelligence information

• Sunsets electronic surveillance laws after two years with the authority for the president to renew in two more years