New regs for Friday: Gone fishing

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The agency is also adjusting the quotas of flounder in Virginia, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Massachusetts. 

As The Hill reported on Wednesday, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is reviewing whether a whale at the Miami Seaquarium should be classified as an endangered species.

The agency is also reviewing whether to list the Great Hammerhead Shark as a threatened or endangered species. 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is adding areas in Wisconsin to the list of regions infested by gypsy moth

The USDA is also announcing its determination that six regions of Italy are free of swine vesicular disease, which can present a risk to pork products.

Additionally, the department is closing two of its plant inspection stations around the country and opening one in Beltsville, Md.

Food: 
The Food and Drug Administration is extending the comment period of January proposals on preventing risks to food and produce.

The USDA is ending previously established marketing allowances of some milk formulas.

Healthcare: 
The Department of Health and Human Services is proposing to increase the maximum reward of its Medicare whistleblower program, as The Hill reported on Wednesday.

Defense:
The Defense Department is updating its policy on the implementation and use of a family advocacy team.

Immigration:
The Department of Justice is adopting a rule that would remove some immigration provisions that are the responsibility of the Department of Homeland Security.

Transportation:
The Department of Transportation is amending its rules on commercial driver's licenses to eliminate some reporting requirements.