The same religious conservatives who sponsored the Arizona law have a major initiative before the Supreme Court this year. The Affordable Care Act requires that private employers cover birth control for their employees. Under Obamacare, a religious organization can claim exemption from the contraception requirement, and so can, say, a charity hospital affiliated with the Catholic Church. The question in the case is whether a for-profit corporation, such as Hobby Lobby, a chain of craft stores with no institutional religious connections, may deny health coverage for contraceptives to employees to which they are otherwise entitled by federal law, based on the personal religious objections of the corporation’s owners. Indeed, a victory for Hobby Lobby might bring in an Arizona-style rule through the back door. Companies whose owners have religious objections to homosexuality could claim a right to shun their business—which is precisely what gave rise to the veto of the Arizona law.