Bush Signs Measure on Syria Sanctions
President Bush signed legislation calling for economic penalties against Syria for not doing enough to fight terrorism.
The legislation says Syria has provided a haven for anti-Israel groups such as Hamas and Islamic Jihad and has pursued biological and chemical weapons.
It states that Syria must end its support of terrorists, terminate its 27-year military presence in Lebanon, stop efforts to obtain weapons of mass destruction and long-range missiles and stop terrorists from entering Iraq. If Syria fails to do so, it could face sanctions.