Both are similar to bills advanced last week through Senate committee.
The bill prevents mothers from getting an abortion under certain conditions before 20 weeks.
The bill raises the amount someone can collect for a single malpractice incident.
The road funding debate has led to a strange dynamic, with Republican Gov. Mike Pence and Democrats pushing back against a House GOP plan to raise taxes.
The bill passed along party lines and advances to the Senate floor.
The House shot down a prescription-only bill targeting pseudoephedrine sales, but two other bills targeting meth production advanced out of Senate committee.
The bill proposes a pair of tax increases to pay for infrastructure improvements.
The plan includes two tax increases to help cover infrastructure improvements.
Two bills hope to end meth labs in the state - one empowers pharmacists to reject suspicious customers, the other makes pseudoephedrine drugs prescription-only.
Pence says 323 companies, up from 285 in 2014, pledged to create new jobs over the next few years.