HERE ARE THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE DRUG BILL PASSED BY THE SENATE FRIDAY.

-THE DEATH PENALTY FOR DRUG KINGPINS AND HIT MEN CONVICTED OF MURDER IN CONNECTION WITH DRUG OFFENSES.

-FINES OF UP TO $10,000 FOR POSSESSION OF EVEN SMALL AMOUNTS OF ILLEGAL DRUGS.

-MINIMUM OF FIVE YEARS IN PRISON FOR POSSESSION OF "CRACK," AND UP TO 20 YEARS FOR SUBSEQUENT CONVICTIONS.

-MANDATORY 10-YEAR PRISON TERM FOR SELLING DRUGS TO A MINOR, 20 YEARS FOR USING A MINOR TO SELL DRUGS AND A MANDATORY LIFE SENTENCE FOR ANY SUBSEQUENT CONVICTION.

-LOSS OF FEDERAL BENEFITS - STUDENT LOANS, HOME LOANS, FARM LOANS, RADIO STATION LICENSES, PILOTS' LICENSES - FOR PERSONS CONVICTED OF SELLING OR POSSESSING DRUGS.

-EXPANSION OF FEDERAL AUTHORITY TO EXAMINE RECORDS OF FOREIGN BANKS DOING BUSINESS IN THE UNITED STATES.

-PILOT PROJECTS TO ASSESS THE EFFECTIVENESS OF RANDOM DRUG TESTS OF FIRST-TIME DRIVER'S LICENSE APPLICANTS.

-PERMISSION TO INVOLVE THE NATIONAL GUARD, THE COAST GUARD AND OTHER BRANCHES OF THE MILITARY IN THE ONGOING FEDERAL DRUG INTERDICTION PROGRAM.

-REVOCATION OF THE PAROLE OF EX-INMATES FOR POSSESSION OF DRUGS.

-ESTABLISHMENT OF A CABINET-LEVEL DRUG CZAR TO COORDINATE THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT AND ABATEMENT ACTIVITIES OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT.