Hobby Lobby decision's anti-contraceptive ruling mentioned women just 13 times, whereas Ginsberg's dissent mentions women 43 times.

Hobby Lobby, an American chain of craft stores, was allowed to not offer contraception coverage in their employees' insurance plans in this recent Supreme Court ruling. Of the six men and three women on the Supreme Court, all three women dissented against this decision, and all but one men agreed with the majority decision. To the majority opinion, the rights of the for-profit corporation need protection. To the dissenting opinion, the rights of the women employed by this corporation who may or may not agree with the religious beliefs of their employers are being infringed upon. Justice Ginsberg also fears future implications for other religion-based exemptions from insurance coverage, such as vaccines, blood transfusions, or paying for gay employees' spouses.

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