No, in short. However, the Supreme Court is set to hear a challenge to the provision in the Affordable Care Act that states that "insurers cover preventive health care without co-pays." As Joshua Holland says on the previously linked, "The entire controversy is based on a false premise: that religious business owners will be forced to pay for other people’s birth control. A compromise was worked out that puts the burden on insurers, but these companies claim that this is a distinction without a difference because insurers will pass the 'additional costs' of contraceptives onto them anyway through higher premiums." And it gets more complicated from there: some of these religious companies are claiming that the ACA will be taking away their right to pray.