A US Circuit Court judge ruled on Friday that a company in St. Louis can't get out of Obamacare's requirement that employee insurance plans include contraception just because of the religious objections of the company's owner. To me, the owner's objection puts his religious concerns ahead of the employee's health concerns, which should never be permitted. The judge didn't exactly agree with me, but denied the owner's lawsuit nonetheless. As I've done often in the past, I turned to KTRS legal analyst Scott Sherman to explain what the decision really means. Listen, then click here to subscribe to these podcasts via iTunes!