Zoeller, on Friday, filed an emergency petition with the Indiana Board of Pharmacy to revoke the New England Compounding Center's license.
The NECC has been linked to 43 cases of Fungal Meningitis stemming from tainted steroid injections. Three people have died as a result of those injections.
"It is tragically clear that this out-of-state pharmacy presents an immediate danger to public health and safety," Zoeller said. "Our office will use all available resources to ensure Indiana patients are protected from any more harm and to pursue a formal administrative action against the company's ability to operate in our state."
The Indiana Board of Pharmacy will consider the petition during it's November 5th meeting. If granted, the NECC would be banned from operating in Indiana for a period of 90 days while Zoeller's office prepared a formal complaint.
The latest numbers show more than a thousand people in Indiana have been exposed to the contaminated medication through an epidural or joint injection. And as of October 25th, 328 cases of Fungal Meningitis have been confirmed in 18 states.