The Supreme Court recently heard arguments in seven cases of religious nonprofit organizations that do not want their insurers to provide free contraception under the Affordable Care Act. The facts are complicated, hard for the press to report.
Basically, the law requires insurance plans to provide free contraception. But Catholic institutions object on grounds of conscience, and some Protestants object to providing emergency contraception, also on grounds of conscience.

Douglas Laycock, Explained: Religion, the Birth-Control Controversy and the Supreme Court, Sightings (April 7, 2016).
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