The Senate kicked off budget hearings, a committee approved a college immunization bill and the Indiana House Speaker reacted to the federal health care bill.
Rep. Ron Bacon's bill is primarily aimed at out-of-state students.
The goal is to make immunizations more available to the public and drive down health care costs.
An antibiotic that is also used to treat meningitis could be used to remove a neurotransmitter that triggers withdrawals from the brain.
The Indiana Attorney General filed a motion Friday to suspend the license of the pharmacy that has been linked to a nationwide meningitis outbreak.
The Centers for Disease Control have confirmed the number of meningitis cases caused by a tainted steroid have risen to 38.
A Shelbyville law firm is suing the Massachusetts-based company that distributed tainted steroids responsible for the outbreak.
Indiana has recorded 27 cases of meningitis caused by a tainted spinal steroid.
The Centers for Disease Control announced Thursday one person has died and 21 people have been infected with fungal meningitis in Indiana.
IU Health Bloomington says it did not purchase any of the spinal steroid that has caused meningitis in 11 Indiana residents.