Hobby Lobby and similar organizations are not trying to prevent any of their employees from practicing birth control or receiving abortions. They are not "imposing their beliefs" on anyone. They simply do not want to pay for those services.<quoted text>
Only a small minority of religious zealots equate the morning after pill with abortion or consider a fertilized egg a person. Hobby Lobby doesn't want to provide its employees with any type of contraception not only morning after pills. If your personal beliefs are against contraception, fine don't use it. But you cannot impose those beliefs on others.
An abortion is an abortion, regardless of the method. Abortions are necessary to control the population of habitual breeders.