The Federal Trade Commission is amending its labeling rules for alternative fueled vehicles to come into line with requirements from the Environmental Protection Agency.
Plants and Animals:
The Department of Agriculture is adopting a rule to relax its requirements on some potatoes grown in Colorado.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is declaring a type of buckwheat and a flowering plant known as the White Bluffs bladderpod to be threatened species and designating critical habitat in Washington for the plants.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is establishing new rules for fishing of the golden tilefish in the Southern Atlantic.
Law and Justice:
The agency monitoring court services in the District of Columbia is amending its procedures on verifying sex offender registration.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is implementing local radio station information collection standards.
The FCC is also reconfiguring its plan for the 800 MHz spectrum band on the Mexico border.
The communications agency also wants to amend a school and library support program to prevent service providers from bundling ineligible components.