WICHITA, Kan. -

Some opposed to the recent Supreme Court Ruling concerning Hobby Lobby and a birth control mandate through the Affordable Care Act protested outside of a Wichita Hobby Lobby Saturday.

In the 5-4 decision Monday, the Supreme Court ruled government cannot force certain companies to offer contraception under the ACA.

Protestors of the decision held signs on the street corner in front of the store located at 665 N. Ridge Road from 9 a.m-8 p.m. when the store closed.

Charlie James helped organize the protest, saying the ruling made her feel like womens health care is viewed as unimportant and many don't see it as actual health care.

"Basically we disagree with the Supreme Court ruling," James said. "Because it's just like saying that women's health care doesn't matter or doesn't exist or that it's not actual health care."

James says the ultimate goal is to educate others on what she believes the Supreme Court ruling could turn into.

"It opens the door for religious prosecution in the name of religious freedom."