Following a long discussion about Congressional intent behind RFRA, the Court’s interpretations of religious statutes, and whether the employer who is compelled to provide birth control to “third parties” (i.e., women employees who are denied a reproductive health service) bear a heavier burden, Justice Kagan forcefully makes a point on behalf of women employees.  Referring to the ACA, she says that Congress has given women a statutory entitlement to contraceptive coverage.  “And when the employer says, ‘no,’” to coverage, “that woman is quite directly, quite tangibly harmed.”