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Topic - Andy Newland
The health care law's contraceptive mandate officially kicks in Wednesday, meaning most businesses will have to make sure their insurance plans cover birth control — including those run by owners who personally believe birth control is immoral.
"This is allowing us to continue doing what we've been doing," Mr. Newland said.
"We're very disappointed that the accommodation wasn't afforded to us, but I think ultimately there's a whole bunch of people — business owners and other organizations — whether it's Aug. 1 or a year from Aug. 1 — that want to be free to practice their faith," said Andy Newland, a co-owner of Hercules Industries, Inc., a Denver-based heating and air conditioning company.