From The Washington Post:

As one way to address that issue, the bill includes a new requirement that FBI agents certify to the court that they have told the Justice Department “all information that might reasonably call into question the accuracy of the [wiretap] application.”

The measure “could be significant if agents think that the FBI, Justice Department and the court will enforce the certification,” said James A. Baker, a former FBI general counsel who reviewed the first Page application. “The court could conduct an inquiry. It would depend on how they implement it — that’s the bottom line.”

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