This is actually a pretty big win. This is traditional religious freedom. Christians and other people who morally object to contraception at Wheaton College no longer have to pay for that in their insurance. There are 2 reasons Christians could object to birth control pills. One reason is that they object to separating sex from conception. That tends to be the Roman Catholic belief. Another objection is that in some cases, birth control pills can hit very early chemical abortions in a woman. It can prevent a fertilized egg/ preborn baby from implanting in the womb.
We could only hope that religious liberty will begin an expansion. We need to recover ground.