A Colorado company that makes heating and air conditioning systems will keep its reprieve from a contraceptive mandate in the health care law because of the owners’ religious views.
Rep. Cory Gardner is headed to a Denver heating and air conditioning business to campaign for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
Millions of women are now being offered new health care services free of charge. It’s all part of the Affordable Care Act that went into effect on Wednesday that requires companies to give patients access to preventative services.
A judge has sided with a Colorado company whose owners oppose contraception and blocked a federal mandate that the company’s health insurance for employees include birth control coverage.