Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains new energy efficiency rules for commercial packaged boilers and walk-in freezers, as well as an alternative fuel rule for car manufacturers.
There's a flurry of activity over the controversial "gainful employment" rule.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for clothing manufacturers and data exchange.
Next week's Federal Register contains new rules for 9/11 survivors who developed cancer and are eligible for insurance coverage, as well as rules for medical devices and geese hunting.
The Obama administration is moving forward with regulations it says would improve traffic safety by keeping dangerous truck and bus drivers off the road. The new rules would make it easier to catch truck drivers who fail or refuse to take drug and alcohol tests.
The winter storm may have shut down the federal government, but it didn't stop the Obama administration from issuing another round of rules, in what is a particularly busy day at the Federal Register, where Friday's edition will contain more than 220 new rules, proposed rules, notices and meeting announcements.
Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules to protect whistleblowers in the food industry and penalize people who handle an insomnia drug that has not yet received market approval.
The Ways and Means Committee approved a bill to delay new rules for tax-exempt groups.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules to prevent pilots from distracted flying, and rules for energy conservation and environmental protection.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new rules for nuclear licensees and commercial washing machines.