By Dick Graham
Keith Richards: "Religion has little to do with God and much to do with money."
I've actually read the Hobby Lobby decision. It means that for profit corporations are "people" with religious beliefs. They don't have to provide health care coverage for their employees if doing so violates their corporate religious beliefs. The Court said (I’m not making this up.) that women are still covered because the taxpayers can foot the bill for their birth control.
The female employees of Hobby Lobby can get the types of birth control that their employer won't cover. It's just that the taxpayers will pay for it instead of Hobby Lobby. That's corporate welfare. When you choose to became a for-profit business and become a corporation for tax and liability benefits but choose to provide health care for your employees, you don't get to then use religious beliefs to avoid the rules you chose to play by.