More than 3,330 naloxone kits are headed to first responders working in rural areas throughout Indiana.
Telemedicine allows doctors to examine patients through video conference.
Speaker Bosma announced the bill needed to go through House Ways and Means - and because Tuesday was a committee deadline, the bill can't advance this session.
The measure also adds new details about a woman to reports sent to the state following an abortion.
The extension buys time for the state and federal government to finalize details of how the program works.
The Senate has rejected legislation designed to ban abortions after 20 weeks of pregnancy.
Funding to help schools in central Indiana develop substance abuse prevention programs is available.
The House Public Health Committee approved a measure that would raise the minimum smoking age to 21.
The Indiana School of Medicine announced a record year in research funding.
Holcomb says he wants to give lawmakers more time to develop legislation that's expected to change the law regarding the sale and use of CBD.