New regs for Friday: Pet deposits

Food and fish:
The Department of Agriculture is amending its rules on labeling meat by country of origin. 

The National Marine Fisheries Service is proposing to change rules for catching yellowtail snapper in the Atlantic. 

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services are extending the comment period for a proposal on enforcement and certification procedures

Defense and immigration: 
The Department of Defense is updating its procedures to recoup charges for items developed by or for the department. 

The Department of Commerce has a proposal to deal with some spacecraft and other items that no longer need to be controlled under the U.S. Munitions List. 

The State Department also wants to revise a portion of the Munitions List to clarify the definition of "defense service." 

Immigrants will be spared from having to fill out an immigrant visa control card form under a new State Department rule. 

Environment and energy:
The Environmental Protection Agency is issuing and proposing new priorities for Superfund sites.

The Fish and Wildlife Service is concluding not to take the Preble's meadow jumping mouse off the list of endangered and threatened species. 

The agency is also proposing to designate the wildflower Kentucky glade cress as a threatened species and to protect its critical habitat.

The Depart of the Interior is publishing its new proposal on hydraulic fracturing, which it released last week.

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is adopting rules to make emergency information accessible to blind and visually impaired people. 

The public should weigh in on an additional FCC proposal about making video programming more accessible, it says.

A bureau of the commission is also seeking comments on a band plan framework. 

The Department of Transportation wants to eliminate a reporting requirement for some truckers.