In a follow-up to last week’s discussion of the Supreme Court’s Hobby Lobby decision, Sarah talks with Caroline about the Court’s unusual order on Thursday in Wheaton College v. Burwell. Does this injunction contradict the ruling in Hobby Lobby? Caroline makes the case against Wheaton College’s “facilitation argument” that filling out a form that triggers the insurance company to provide contraception coverage creates a substantial religious burden. How will the lower courts now rule on the raft of similar cases? If non-profits refuse to fill out the form, will sending the government an e-mail suffice? Plus: How the Court got Congress’s intention with the Religious Freedom Restoration Act wrong.