The head of the FBI office in Kansas City likes what he sees in the new anti-terrorism bill passed by Congress last week and signed by the President. Agent Jeff Lanza particularly likes the new wire-tap provisions that allows FBI agents to obtain permission to listen in to telephone conversations of a person, no matter what phone he might be using, rather than obtain permission for a specific telephone. Lanza says his office has been working on about 3,000 tips, or requests, since the September 11th terrorist attacks.