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S. 230 (is) To direct the Secretary of the Interior to convey a former Bureau of Land Management administrative site to the City of Carson City, Nevada, for use as a senior center. [Introduced in Senate] ...
108th CONGRESS 1st Session S. 22 To enhance domestic security and for other purposes. _______________________________________________________________________ IN THE SENATE OF THE UNITED STATES January 7, 2003 Mr. Daschle (for himself, Mr. Leahy, Mr. Biden, Mr. Kennedy, Mr. Schumer, Mr. Durbin, Mrs. Clinton, Mrs. Murray, Mr. Dayton, Mr. Corzine, and Mr. Reed) introduced the following bill; which was read twice and referred to the Committee on the Judiciary _______________________________________________________________________ A BILL To enhance domestic security and for other purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, (a) Short Title.--This Act may be cited as the ``Justice Enhancement and Domestic Security Act of 2003''. (b) Table of Contents.--The table of contents of this Act is as follows: TITLE I--COMBATING TERRORISM AND ENHANCING DOMESTIC SECURITY Subtitle A--Supporting First Responders Sec. 1101. Short title. Sec. 1102. Purpose. Sec. 1103. First Responders Partnership Grant Program for public safety officers. Sec. 1104. Applications. Sec. 1105. Definitions. Sec. 1106. Authorization of appropriations. Subtitle B--Border Security Sec. 1201. Short title. Sec. 1202. Authorization of appropriations for hiring additional INS personnel. Sec. 1203. Authorization of appropriations for improvements in technology for improving border security. Sec. 1204. Report on border security improvements. Subtitle C--Military Tribunals Authorization Sec. 1301. Short title. Sec. 1302. Findings. Sec. 1303. Establishment of extraordinary tribunals. Sec. 1304. Procedural requirements. Sec. 1305. Detention. Sec. 1306. Sense of Congress. Sec. 1307. Definitions. Sec. 1308. Termination of authority. Subtitle D--Anti Terrorist Hoaxes and False Reports Sec. 1401. Short title. Sec. 1402. Findings. Sec. 1403. Hoaxes, false reports and reimbursement. Subtitle E--Amendments to Federal Antiterrorism Laws Sec. 1501. Attacks against mass transit clarification of definition. Sec. 1502. Release or detention of a material witness. Sec. 1503. Clarification of sunset provision in USA Patriot Act. TITLE II--PROTECTING AMERICA'S CHILDREN AND SENIORS Subtitle A--Children's Safety Part 1--National AMBER Alert Network Sec. 2111. Short title. Sec. 2112. National coordination of AMBER Alert Communications Network. Sec. 2113. Minimum standards for issuance and dissemination of alerts through AMBER Alert Communications Network. Sec. 2114. Grant program for notification and communications systems along highways for recovery of abducted children. Sec. 2115. Grant program for support of AMBER Alert communications plans. Part 2--Prosecutional Remedies and Tools Against the Exploitation of Children Today Sec. 2121. Short title. Sec. 2122. Findings. Sec. 2123. Certain activities relating to material constituting or containing child pornography. Sec. 2124. Admissibility of evidence. Sec. 2125. Definitions. Sec. 2126. Recordkeeping requirements. Sec. 2127. Extraterritorial production of child pornography for distribution in the United States. Sec. 2128. Civil remedies. Sec. 2129. Enhanced penalties for recidivists. Sec. 2130. Sentencing enhancements for interstate travel to engage in sexual act with a juvenile. Sec. 2131. Miscellaneous provisions. Part 3--Reauthorization of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children Sec. 2141. Short title. Sec. 2142. Annual grant to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children. Sec. 2143. Authorization of appropriations. Sec. 2144. Forensic and investigative support of missing and exploited children. Sec. 2145. Creation of a Cyber-Tipline. Sec. 2146. Service provider reporting of child pornography and related information. Sec. 2147. Contents disclosure of stored communications. Part 4--National Child Protection and Volunteers for Children Improvement Sec. 2151. Short title. Sec. 2152. Definitions. Sec. 2153. Strengthening and enforcing the National Child Protection Act and the Volunteers for Children Act. Sec. 2154. Dissemination of information. Sec. 2155. Fees. Sec. 2156. Strengthening State fingerprint technology. Sec. 2157. Privacy protections. Sec. 2158. Authorization of appropriations. Part 5--Children's Confinement Conditions Improvement Sec. 2161. Findings. Sec. 2162. Purpose. Sec. 2163. Definition. Sec. 2164. Juvenile Safe Incarceration Grant Program. Sec. 2165. Rural State funding. Sec. 2166. GAO study. Sec. 2167. Family Unity Demonstration Project. Subtitle B--Senior's Safety Sec. 2201. Short title. Sec. 2202. Findings and purposes. Sec. 2203. Definitions. Part 1--Combating Crimes Against Seniors Sec. 2211. Enhanced sentencing penalties based on age of victim. Sec. 2212. Study and report on health care fraud sentences. Sec. 2213. Increased penalties for fraud resulting in serious injury or death. Sec. 2214. Safeguarding pension plans from fraud and theft. Sec. 2215. Additional civil penalties for defrauding pension plans. Sec. 2216. Punishing bribery and graft in connection with employee benefit plans. Part 2--Preventing Telemarketing Fraud Sec. 2221. Centralized complaint and consumer education service for victims of telemarketing fraud. Sec. 2222. Blocking of telemarketing scams. Part 3--Preventing Health Care Fraud Sec. 2231. Injunctive authority relating to false claims and illegal kickback schemes involving Federal health care programs. Sec. 2232. Authorized investigative demand procedures. Sec. 2233. Extending antifraud safeguards to the Federal Employee Health Benefits program. Sec. 2234. Grand jury disclosure. Sec. 2235. Increasing the effectiveness of civil investigative demands in false claims investigations. Part 4--Protecting Residents of Nursing Homes Sec. 2241. Nursing home resident protection. Part 5--Protecting the Rights of Elderly Crime Victims Sec. 2251. Use of forfeited funds to pay restitution to crime victims and regulatory agencies. Sec. 2252. Victim restitution. Sec. 2253. Bankruptcy proceedings not used to shield illegal gains from false claims. Sec. 2254. Forfeiture for retirement offenses. TITLE III--DETERRING IDENTITY THEFT AND ASSISTING VICTIMS OF CRIME AND DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Subtitle A--Deterring Identity Theft Part 1--Identity Theft Victims Assistance Sec. 3111. Short title. Sec. 3112. Findings. Sec. 3113. Treatment of identity theft mitigation. Sec. 3114. Amendments to the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Sec. 3115. Coordinating committee study of coordination among Federal, State, and local authorities in enforcing identity theft laws. Part 2--Identity Theft Prevention Sec. 3121. Short title. Sec. 3122. Findings. Sec. 3123. Identity theft prevention. Sec. 3124. Truncation of credit card account numbers. Sec. 3125. Free annual credit report. Part 3--Social Security Number Misuse Prevention Sec. 3131. Short title. Sec. 3132. Findings. Sec. 3133. Prohibition of the display, sale, or purchase of social security numbers. Sec. 3134. Application of prohibition of the display, sale, or purchase of social security numbers to public records. Sec. 3135. Rulemaking authority of the Attorney General. Sec. 3136. Treatment of social security numbers on government documents. Sec. 3137. Limits on personal disclosure of a social security number for consumer transactions. Sec. 3138. Extension of civil monetary penalties for misuse of a social security number. Sec. 3139. Criminal penalties for misuse of a social security number. Sec. 3140. Civil actions and civil penalties. Sec. 3141. Federal injunctive authority. Subtitle B--Crime Victim Assistance Sec. 3201. Short title. Part 1--Victim Rights in the Federal System Sec. 3211. Right to consult concerning detention. Sec. 3212. Right to a speedy trial. Sec. 3213. Right to consult concerning plea. Sec. 3214. Enhanced participatory rights at trial. Sec. 3215. Enhanced participatory rights at sentencing. Sec. 3216. Right to notice concerning sentence adjustment. Sec. 3217. Right to notice concerning discharge from psychiatric facility. Sec. 3218. Right to notice concerning executive clemency. Sec. 3219. Procedures to promote compliance. Part 2--Victim Assistance Initiatives Sec. 3221. Pilot programs to enforce compliance with State crime victim's rights laws. Sec. 3222. Increased resources to develop state-of-the-art systems for notifying crime victims of important dates and developments. Sec. 3223. Restorative justice grants. Part 3--Amendments to Victims of Crime Act Sec. 3231. Formula for distributions from the Crime Victims Fund. Sec. 3232. Clarification regarding antiterrorism emergency reserve. Sec. 3233. Prohibition on diverting crime victims fund to offset increased spending. Subtitle C--Violence Against Women Act Enhancements Sec. 3301. Transitional housing assistance grants. Sec. 3302. Shelter services for battered women and children. TITLE IV--SUPPORTING LAW ENFORCEMENT AND THE EFFECTIVE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE Subtitle A--Support for Public Safety Officers and Prosecutors Part 1--Providing Reliable Officers, Technology, Education, Community Prosecutors, and Training in Our Neighborhoods Sec. 4101. Short title. Sec. 4102. Authorizations. Part 2--Hometown Heroes Survivors Benefits Sec. 4111. Short title. Sec. 4112. Fatal heart attack or stroke on duty presumed to be death in line of duty for purposes of public safety officer survivor benefits. Part 3--Federal Prosecutors Retirement Benefit Equity Sec. 4121. Short title. Sec. 4122. Inclusion of Federal prosecutors in the definition of a law enforcement officer. Sec. 4123. Provisions relating to incumbents. Sec. 4124. Department of Justice administrative actions. Subtitle B--Rural Law Enforcement Improvement and Training Grants Sec. 4201. Rural Law Enforcement Retention Grant Program. Sec. 4202. Rural Law Enforcement Technology Grant Program. Sec. 4203. Rural 9-1-1 service. Sec. 4204. Small town and rural law enforcement training program. Subtitle C--FBI Reform Sec. 4301. Short title. Part 1--Whistleblower Protection Sec. 4311. Increasing protections for FBI whistleblowers. Part 2--Fbi Security Career Program Sec. 4321. Security management policies. Sec. 4322. Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
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