That's the meaning of Monday's holding that private employers can decide on the basis of pretty much any strongly held belief what the definition of necessary medical care is for their employees.
So how do we get a different Supreme Court?
1) we kick up an almighty fuss to put any wavering politicians, especially Democrats, on notice that we expect full respect for women's rights.
2) we keep electing a Democratic President and a Democratic Senate until some of the recalcitrant old men on the Court die off. No fooling.
Boring, but true. And there ain't no way around it. I've been waiting for an occasion to post this rant from Lawyers, Guns and Money. It is about the legislative compromises that winning politics require in the USA, but the point goes double for getting a better set of Supremes.
Working to elect Democrats often isn't much fun, but there's no pretending we have access to any better vehicle to win what we must win.