Answered above - but yes. They do get to choose. They can choose this based on whatever reasoning they want to use. Don't want to cover it because of religious conflicts? Fine. Don't want to cover it just due to cost. Fine. It makes no difference why they choose not to cover them, they clearly have the option.B.) should Hobby lobby get to decided if vasectomy and Tubal Ligation are covered in anyway either?
They have to provide coverage for all things defined as medically necessary. They have options on things that are not medically necessary. They can make choices on those for whatever reason they want (including religious)C.) if employers at hobby lobby get to choose whats in the employees COVERAGE, what will that be based on?
The fact that they are paying and contracting for the coverage means they have the right to make choices on things not medically necessary.D.) what gives me the right to choose whats in your coverage? (not the packages i buy, what is in your coverage)
No matter how hard you try, the two situations are not related. One is coverage for something not medically necessary and not a violation of another's rights. The other is clearly a violation of their rights and discriminatory.E.) my religion doesn't allow me to condone that though? i cant condone unwed mothers, premarital sex and bastard children so why should i have to buy coverage that covers anything to do with that? i mean they can just buy coverage else where right?
Same answer as prior.F.) me religion doesn't allow me to condone other gods, why should i have to buy coverage that covers people of another religion, im condoning their sins? i mean they can just buy coverage else where right?
Again, decisions on what a policy will cover can only be made on items not medically necessary to correct abnormalities. For example, a Jehovah's Witness can not forgo blood transfusion coverage, as they are medically necessary. But a Christian can forgo vasectomies for whatever the heck reason they want - including religious.
Anyway, I am done but am curious...Who is it that you think is paying for the BC, if not the employer that is contracting with the insurance company and paying a bulk of the premiums?