Some American corporation-people (and religious non-profits!) believe that their sincere God-related prudery trumps women's right to affordable contraception. The Supreme Court agrees with them. And so the White House has been forced to make two major changes to the Affordable Care Act contraception mandate in order to accommodate these religious beliefs.
Earlier this year, the Supreme Court very shittily ruled that "closely-held" for-profits corporations do not have to provide women with contraception coverage if they reeeaaaaally don't want to. Not long after that, six justices signed an injunction allowing Wheaton College, a religious university, not to comply with a provision of the contraception mandate that would allow the institution to opt out of directly providing contraception coverage to its employees.