Tuesday's new regs: Race to the Top

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The department is also proposing priorities and requirements for its Race to the Top program for school districts. The priorities and requirements are "almost identical" to the last year's. 

Energy:
The U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission is making minor technical amendments to a rule on spent fuel storage systems.

Financial and Trade:
The Commodity Futures Trading Commission is formally changing its rule to reflect a reassignment of staff duties under the Dodd-Frank financial reform law.

The Treasury Department is imposing sanctions on three Honduran individuals and seven Honduran companies for narcotics trafficking.

The Commerce and State departments are implementing a rule to control the trade of aircraft and gas turbine engines.

Food:
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing the mineral selenium be required in infant formula.

Plants and Animals:
The Department of Agriculture is issuing technical corrections to language in a December 2012 rule on insurance of Florida citrus fruit.

The Fish and Wildlife Service is designating critical habitat in Riverside County, Calif., for the herb Munz's onion, and is re-opening the comment period on whether or not to declare two plant species in Texas endangered.

The National Park Service is proposing a rule to change Yellowstone National Park's winter operations to increase visitation and make the park cleaner and quieter. 

Transparency:
The Institute of Museum and Library Services, an agency of the National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities, is implementing regulations to process requests under the Freedom of Information Act.

Defense:
The Navy is making a rule to exclude a littoral combat ship from 1972 regulations on preventing collisions at sea.

Postal Service:
The Postal Regulatory Commission is reviewing its rules on the price cap for postal rates.