So what? Hobby Lobby's objection isn't to birth control pills, it's to funding abortions. A tangential investment in Pfizer, which may make drugs used in abortions, is not the same thing as paying the insurance bill for an abortion.
Sounds very similar to "what the meaning of is, is."
And the company doesn't pay the insurance a bill for an abortion.
The company pays the bill for the insurance. The insurance in turn, pays the medical community for services determined by the doctors and the insured patients, in privacy.
Broadly speaking, "religious freedom" is being claimed, to impose one's beliefs upon another.
Not one bit different from when the Southern Baptist Church supported slavery, then segregation, then discrimination.http://www.sbc.net/resolutions/899
Muslim honor killings and genital mutilation are just around the corner, if this notion of "religious freedom" becomes justification for actions which might otherwise be illegal.
We seem to be going backwards. It is entirely different to practice the tenets of one's faith, and to impose them unwillingly upon another.