And this case was more applying the law than the Constitution. There was no 1st Amendment claim made or ruled on.
Sure they do, but that just reinforces the point that the ruling will affect access. And it might be more than $20 a month, depending on the type their doctor says is best.Just curious how many females select their employer based on what birth control coverage is offered in the employer's insurance plan? I'm guessing that number to be somewhere around zero. So the idea that women will change jobs over birth control coverage seems pretty ridiculous, and if someone is "at the bottom" I would think they have bigger worries than if their insurance covers the $20 a month birth control pill or not.