By Julian Hattem - 12/09/13 09:29 AM EST
Tuesday's edition of the Federal Register will be an especially light one, with just a few new regulations coming out affecting the financial system and fishing.
Here's what's coming:
The Federal Reserve is publishing a proposal with new restrictions on financial institutions that receive checks from the Federal Reserve system of banks. According to the financial regulator, the rule is necessary to implement another proposal about posting banks' debits and credits.
The National Marine Fisheries Service is reopening the commercial summer flounder fishery in New Jersey to let fishers meet their annual quota.
The agency is also reopening the comment period on an August proposal to change the management plan for incidentally catching bluefin and proposing 2014 and 2015 rules for catching prohibited species in the Bering Sea and halibut in the Gulf of Alaska.
Additionally, the Commerce Department wants to update the rules for a national marine sanctuary in Georgia.