New regs for Wednesday: Establishing hormone limits

The Food and Drug Administration is updating its list of approved animal drugs to reflect applications received in April. 

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau is publishing a rule to ease restrictions for international money transfers, as The Hill reported last month.  

The Social Security Administration wants to change the way it refers to children who have growth disorders or weight loss. 

The Department of Defense is updating the way it assigns identification numbers to procurement instruments, allowing some government contractors to have access to proprietary data and making editorial changes to its acquisition rules. 

The Federal Communications Commission is adopting a rule to make sure that Internet browsers built into smartphones are accessible to blind or visually impaired people. 

Energy and hazardous materials:
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants to deny an interpretation of a reliability standard. 

The Department of Transportation wants new procedures for opening packages with perishable hazardous materials.