The more actual facts I learn about this case, the more confused I become and the more it appears to me that there was some exchange of money between Hobby Lobby and 5 of the Supreme Court justices.
For example, the way the ruling was written, it almost exactly says, "This only applies to Hobby Lobby and only to this specific case."
It in effect states that religious liberty extends only to religious beliefs about abortion.
It in effect states that it doesn't matter if these beliefs have any basis in fact whatsoever, since the few drugs they had issues with do not actually cause abortions even in the wildest stretch of the term.
Apparently certain kinds of corporations have such a close affiliation with their owners because the owners' personalities are so strong the corporations they run are like extensions of these people and therefore accorded religious rights, even though the whole point of corporate structure is supposed to segregate out the owners from the corporation.
It's very hard to understand what the ruling means except that Hobby Lobby appears to have some powerful folk on the take, because it is just so strange.