New regs for Friday: ObamaCare mandate

 Ski zones: 

The Forest Service is changing its regulations on the definition of a ski area, which will allow for it to designate areas intended for additional snow sports. 

School lunches:
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is amending national school meal regulations to set minimum nutrition standards. 

The Federal Railroad Administration wants to outline the way some major railroads develop incident stress plans. 

Fishing and wildlife:
The National Marine Fisheries Service is halting fishing for gray triggerfish in the South Atlantic for the rest of the year. 

The agency is also proposing regulations for a catch sharing plan for some Pacific halibut and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is seeking to re-establish the process to nominate a new national marine sanctuary

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is reopening the comment period to add a type of shrub to the list of endangered species. 

The U.S. Department of Agriculture is considering changing the structure of the national committee on potatoes

The Copyright Office of the Library of Congress is changing its rules to allow for individuals to register a single work via an electronic system. 

Small businesses:
The Small Business Administration is amending its rules for when companies misrepresent themselves to gain access to an agency program. 

The Department of Education will prioritize research on disability in rural areas under a disability research program. 

The Environmental Protection Agency is extending the public comment period for a proposal for pulp mill standards. 

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission wants to end reliability standard requirements that it says are redundant or provide little protection. 

Medical devices:
The Food and Drug Administration is proposing an order to reclassify a type of implanted device to access blood