The administration is poised to create a federal database of drivers who have failed the tests.
Thursday's edition of the Federal Register contains few substantive rules with the Justice Department considering changes to the Americans with Disabilities Act regulations and the Nuclear Regulatory Commission considering changes to regulations about controlling and accounting for special nuclear material.
Wednesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency, Securities and Exchange Commission, and Department of Defense.
The move "is necessary to avoid an imminent hazard to the public safety," the agency said.
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register contains new regulations that would ban new strands of bath salts, allow Filipino bananas in Hawaii, and a handful of rules for executives in the housing industry.
The U.K. effort goes beyond President Obama's own regulatory "look-back."
The U.S. Department of Labor is extending the public comment period by two weeks.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) says marijuana should not be considered a Schedule 1 drug.
Monday's edition of the Federal Register won't contain many substantive regulations, offering only a handful of new rules for banks and food processors.
The DOJ regulations are expected to direct prosecutors not to prioritize cases involving marijuana businesses that use banks.