Dear Wonderbread. Hobby Lobby does provide insurance, and that insurance must cover certain things. HObby Lobby would like to back out of 4 medications based upon religious objections by the owners.The company, Hobby Lobby, doesn't want to provide coverage for two morning after pills and two types of IUD's. Nothing about birth control pills, condoms, other types of contraception.
Why do you hate freedom and the ability to make one's own choices?
What other things should owners be able to decide for their employees?
Can they decide what they can say while off the job? How about where they may live, or if they may own a firearm, or whether they should be free from unreasonable search or seizure?
The reality is that Hobby Lobby does provide insurance, which is a benefit their employees earn. How those employees decide to use those benefits is no business of the employer, and the employers free exercise of religion is not impacted were employees to use the benefits they have earned for services of which the employer disapproves.