has launched a protest against Hobby Lobby for it's commitment to life.Hobby Lobby, which operates more than 500 stores in 41 states, says providing the mandated ObamaCare coverage for "morning-after" abortion drugs violates its Christian owners' "deeply held religious beliefs." So, the company has sought relief in the courts. The company's attorney, Kyle Duncan with the Beckett Fund for Religious Liberty, says the lawsuit has nothing to do with the issue of birth control -- but rather the requirement that employers must pay for abortion-inducing drugs. "We basically want to push back against the notion that this is about birth control. It's really not," says Duncan. "Hobby Lobby is not trying to control their employees' lives. All Hobby Lobby is trying to say is 'Please leave us out of providing these kind of drugs that our faith tells us is the wrong thing to do."'