That is expressly not the role of the high court. By definition each decision is a precedent.<quoted text>
specifically limited the case to this one issue and said it could not be used as precedence for any other case
The only other case the Supreme Court tried to say such a thing was on Bush v. Gore.
And despite the claimed narrowness of the ruling in Hobby Lobby there's still plenty of room for other "closely held" corporations to make claims around "sincerely" held religious beliefs.
You think some buybull belt, lower court is not going to make use of this decision? You think some "alien" religion's member (islam, judaism, paganism) will not be filing lawsuits pursuant to this decision?
All the majority said is, "We think this is a nation in which christianity, or a claim to be christian, is more important than any other religion. They'd never admit, but that's what the majority decided.