The issues that were involved in the Hobby Lobby SCOTUS decision are still chruning along. The original ACA law as passed provided some explicit exemptions to religious organizations per se for the mandate to provide contraceptive coverage. The Obama administration had made an agreement to extend that accommodation to religiously affiliated non-profit corporations by allowing them to request that the government use an alternative means of providing contraceptive coverage to their employees. What the Hobby Lobby decision did was to require the government to expand that accommodation to closely held for profit corporations.

Various corporations have attempted to claim that the accommodation still imposes an undue burden on their religious scruples. They claim that the act of signing a request form makes them complicit in the provision of contraception to their employees. What they really want is for their employees to be deprived of coverage for contraception. They have encountered a setback in a ruling from the DC Court of Appeals.