Gov. Eric Holcomb visited East Chicago, Indiana, a week after declaring an emergency in the city due to lead and arsenic contamination.
Public testimony at the County Commissioner's meeting was split on the issue.
Syringe exchange programs still face significant opposition from some officials, and funding the programs remains the largest barrier.
Residents have until March 31 to move out of a contaminated housing complex. After that date, the city says remaining residents will be involuntarily relocated.
A committee changed the bill to, as one lawmaker put it, “balance out” language concerning medication-induced abortion reversals.
Three students got sick as a result of mold in some of McNutt's air conditioning units.
Ethics experts say Seema Verma's business arrangements conflicted with her public duties.
A federal judge last week rejected the proposed merger between the health insurance companies.
The city says testing revealed levels of lead in the soil ranging from 50.7 to 1530 milligrams per kilogram.
Childhood neglect cases are increasing in Indiana and many state agencies point to the rise in opioid addiction.