A two-year suspension of the medical device tax is set to expire in 2018.
Cook Group has struck a deal with the city of Bloomington to avoid annexation of its properties in Monroe County.
Students at Ivy Tech will have the opportunity to learn jBase, a database management system used at Cook Medical.
The tax is particularly divisive in Indiana, where medical device manufacturing is a multi-billion dollar industry.
Bloomington's mayor says the legislature overstepped, but others argue the annexation was moving too quickly.
The 2.3 percent tax helps offset costs of the implementation of the Affordable Care Act, but life sciences companies have fought to repeal it for three years.
Some Indiana lawkmakers are going to spend the summer looking at ways to assist the medical device industry, one of the strongest industries in the state.
Cook Medical Devices and Purdue University announced yesterday they will work together to create an investment fund for life science startups.
The Senate rejected a House proposal Monday to repeal the medical device tax that is a mandate in the Affordable Care Act.
Cook Medical recently announced the company's 10th division.