An Indiana-based medical equipment manufacturer says it's scrapping plans to open five new plants in the coming years because of a looming tax tied to President Obama's health care overhaul law. Cook Medical claims the tax on medical devices, set to take effect next year, will cost the company roughly $20 million a year, cutting into money that would otherwise go toward expanding into new facilities over the next five years. "This is the equivalent of about a plant a year that we're not going to be able to build," a company spokesman told FoxNews.com. Read more: Indiana company scraps plans for expansion over ObamaCare device tax | Fox News Say bye bye to a bunch of new jobs and some much needed equipments. wow you are so awesome obummer so freakin awesome.