In this clip, you hear Justice Kennedy telling Verrilli that  the government’s argument could lead, in principle, to requiring a for-profit corporation to “pay for abortions.”  Verrilli responds that it is true that the government’s legal theory is that corporations are not “persons” under RFRA, and so for-profit corporations do not have the ability to challenge a policy in court based on religious objections.  “But,” he tells the Justices, “there is no law” that requires companies to pay for abortions “on the books.  In fact, the law is the opposite.”