GOP candidate Jeb Bush has, for example, pledged to bring the matter to Congress. Given the conservative antipathy toward Obamacare, this issue could become central on Bush's campaign platform.
What a President Bush could accomplish, just as what happened with the Lilly Ledbetter wage dispute, is to have Congress overturn the SCOTUS decision. He could position and package that as his great promise to American conservatives.
With Ledbetter, the result was the Ledbetter Fair Pay Act. Its mission was to ensure equal compensation for both genders doing the same job. The reality that Congress could blow up a SCOTUS decision diminished the status of that august body. One wonders if it ever fully recovered from that body blow.