They decided only those four methods of birth control can be withheld.
They decided a private corporation can object to all forms of birth control.
Employers have control over what affects their bottom line, but not even complete control over that. The government controls most of the workplace environment, from workplace safety standards (OSHA), to minimum wages employers have to pay (FLSA, Davis-Bacon Act, Service Contract Act, Public Contracts Act), to what an employer can require an employee to do or not do (NLRA/NRLB), to how an employer has to interact with there employees (Taft-Hartley Act/NRLB), how an employer must maintain pay and/or benefits for their employees both during and after employment (FMLA, ERISA and COBRA), whether an employer can garnish wages for damages caused to the employers property by an employee (CPCA), what a company must do for their employees when the company goes out of business or just closes a location (Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act - aka WARN), and even... even who they have to hire and who they cannot chose to not hire (Equal Employment Opportunity Act - EEOC)... and may other controls the government has over corporations, companies and businesses.
So again, no, not exactly.
I get lots of sick leave. I use it if and when I need it.
No, right now my employer can't dismiss me without cause. My company is closed and I'm in my house.
I make 6 figures. Not worried about poverty wages here.
"God is the name by which I designate all things which cross my path violently and recklessly, all things which alter my plans and intentions, and change the course of my life, for better or for worse."
-C G Jung
Some people in the GOP would like to get the U.S. government off of Wall Street's back and into every American bedroom.
This is a step in that direction.
I don't agree with this decision by the conservatives on the court, I believe that it will eventually be overturned because it violates the establishment clause of the 1st Amendment.
"Better days are coming." But not for the out of touch, running out of time, GOP