Chief Justice Roberts implied the possibility of a narrow ruling based on the fact that the companies in this case are both closely held corporations.  Closely held corporations—which are corporations that have more than 50 percent of their stock value owned by a small number of individuals—may not pose the same problems with respect to determining the corporation’s “religion” as large, publicly traded corporations do.  Therefore, Chief Justice Roberts suggests that perhaps determining how RFRA applies to large publicly traded companies may be a question for another case.