The Supreme Court takes up the case of Hobby Lobby Tuesday. The Christian-owned craft store chain argues that it should not be legally forced to provide abortifacient contraceptives to employees in opposition to its owners’ religious beliefs. Or, as Sandra Fluke would put it, deny health coverage.

Out of 20 FDA-approved contraceptives, Hobby Lobby currently provides 16, choosing to oppose only those that could terminate a pregnancy after conception, like Plan B.

Editor’s note: This post has been updated for clarification.