glad to say, this one didn't pass. I checked the Congress website: the "Metamphetamine Anti Proliferation Act" was a bill considered in 2000, but never passed. The Bankruptcy Bill did pass, but nowhere was in evidence the rider you mentioned.
I just don't think, even in these dark and fearful times in the good old USA, that such a bill would ever pass. It hasn't reached the gavel of Congress recently, and I seriously doubt, with the Constitution so debated today, that such a bill could ever become law, even under Bush.
They might feel, however, that they've some "reasons" to pass it; many sites give growing and trafficking information. But to incriminate someone for simply looking at a website, well, even the USA couldn't really make that law (though some would definitely like doing so, that's obvious).
Thanks for the posting, though. I'll be looking up norml.org to see if this does come up. Probably, norml.org would organize a protest vehicle to fight such a measure...
...the trend. In the USA, state laws are becoming less punitive and more focused on treatment and decriminalization. You are right, the Feds are more interested in roughening the laws so that they are blameless in the evil War on Drugs. But it won't work, with time, freedom will be heard...
....keep the faith. Peace