The Supreme Court of the United States did not decide whether religious organization who are also employers can refuse to allow a “back door” filing to have contraceptives provided by a separate insurance carrier to their employees. Instead they left employers with religious objections (like OLOL, the largest employer in EBR) without a clear decision. The reason: The Supremes didn’t want to risk a tie vote. It’s confusing, and, in my opinion wrong to punt like that. Hear what attorney Bryan Jeansonne had to say, right here.