I do see both sides here...forcing a religious institution to pay for something against their core beliefs (in the case where they do not receive federal funds). And I don't see where this all has to be free to anyone (I get that's part of what the health care reform got it)...at least require insurance to cover it reasonably so.
For me, it just goes back to why is the quality/type of health insurance you have dependent on where you work? Times have changed, why can't that change too?
And in the end it's not the years in your life that count. It's the life in your years.
Write it on your heart that everyday is the best day of the year.