The majority argued that women's access to coverage will not be interrupted, because, much like religious non-profits that were already exempted, the insurance company now has to pick up the slack and pay for the contraceptives. And it was 4 out of 20 kinds of contraceptions they objected to. I am unclear if they will not pay for any, or just those 4. But, in theory, this will be paid for now by the insurance company, not matched by the employers.
But the big problem is that a sets a precedent where for-profit corporations can claim religious exceptions to various laws, and therefore, not have to fully comply with the law. So where does that end?
But a shit decision, none the less. Corporations are not people. They are a way that people can act like shits and get away with it.