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The response of Denver city officials to news that my family's company, Hercules Industries, had filed a lawsuit challenging the Obama administration's abortion-pill mandate brings to mind that bumper sticker we see so often -- the one that reads, "Practice random acts of kindness."
The Newland family didn't spend 50 years building a business here for the plaudits, but when a Denver City Council member moved to recognize them with an anniversary proclamation, the clan was flattered. So it came as a disappointment last week when the Newlands learned that the council decided to cancel the honor, especially when they found out the reason: Their successful legal challenge against the Obama health care reform's birth control, sterilization and abortion mandates.