This sounds more hopeful than expectant, but about as good as one can do to try and feel better about the rather horrible Supreme Court decision in favor of Hobby Lobby. Essentially: the made up religious liberties of a business/corporation trump the civil liberties of its employees.
There really isn't any logical way to back the majority's decision. One can hope that future cases will show what a horrid bit of legalese they've released upon the world and it will be overturned, but I have a hard time seeing that happening in my lifetime. While our country and its people have become much more accepting in the last couple decades, it seems that our institutions are stuck at the turn of the [last] century. It's no wonder people's confidence in all parts of government (and corporations) is in the toilet.