Indiana is looking into reports of 18 cases of a mysterious respiratory illness possibly linked to e-cigarettes. That number has grown from under a dozen about a week ago.

A primary provision of Indiana’s 2017 anti-abortion law will remain blocked from taking effect after a federal appeals court’s decision Tuesday.

The first test case to hold a drug-maker responsible for the opioid epidemic was decided in Oklahoma Monday. A judge ordered Johnson & Johnson to pay more than $500 million to the state

One of Indiana’s methods to purge voter rolls will remain shut down after a federal appeals court decision Tuesday.

Report: Indiana Losing Out On Federal Opioid Funding

Aug 27, 2019

A new analysis explores disparities in federal funding for the opioid crisis and finds Indiana is one of the states that may be getting short changed.