The Obama Administration published final regulations on July 14, 2015 that implement Affordable Care Act requirements regarding coverage without cost sharing of certain preventive services, including contraceptive services. The regulations, jointly issued by the Departments of Health, Labor, and Treasury, finalize three earlier rulemakings: July 2010 preventive services coverage interim final regulations; August 2014 interim final regulations on the process eligible organizations use to provide notice of religious objection to contraceptive services coverage; and August 2014 proposed regulations addressing the definition of an “eligible organization” that may qualify for an accommodation with respect to contraceptive services coverage. Among other things, the final regulations amend the definition of an eligible organization to include a closely held for-profit entity that has a religious objection to providing coverage for some or all of the contraceptive services otherwise required to be covered by the group health plan or student health insurance plan established, maintained, or arranged by the organization. The final regulations are effective September 14, 2015, and apply on the first day of the first plan year (or, for individual health insurance coverage, the first day of the first policy year) that begins on or after September 14, 2015.