The Supreme Court in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby ruled to allow closely held for-profit corporations to be exempt from a law they religiously object to if there is a viable least restrictive means of furthering the law's interest. In this specific case it allows Hobby Lobby to opt out of covering contraceptives in its employees health insurance. Dissenting Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg argued that it could provide a precedent for other companies to deny access to blood transfusions and other types of healthcare.