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Businessman sues government over contraception mandate

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HASTINGS - A Hastings business owner filed a federal lawsuit this week against the government, saying portions of the Affordable Care Act violate his religious beliefs.

Doug Erickson, who owns the Hastings Ford and Hastings Chrysler car dealerships, said the government is asking him to fund morning-after pills as part of the ACA. Since Erickson believes that life begins at conception and those pills make a uterus inhospitable to human life, he can’t support them, he said.

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