I don’t understand your point. IMO this is a big deal.
SCOTUS enjoined enforcement of the birth control mandate pending outcome of Wheaton’s appeal.
Morrissey makes the point, and rightly so, that the Accommodation which Obamacare gave to employers with religious objections is not a done deal.
“SCOTUS enjoined enforcement of the birth control mandate pending outcome of Wheatons appeal.”
Wheaton College is not controlled by the employer mandate. They are already largely exempt. This case is about what sort of forms the government can require, and what process, to document that one is a religious non-profit.
There may or may not someday be a court decision saying that a religious non-profit doesn’t have to submit X form, but even if so, that would hardly be some major blow for freedom. It would only apply to employers who are already exempt.