Denver nuns challenge president’s health care law in court

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DENVER -- A group of Colorado nuns are taking on the Federal government in court.

Their birth control fight could have far-reaching implications. They're anxiously awaiting a judge's ruling.

The Little Sisters of the Poor have challenged the president's health care law. They're currently facing fines for refusing to offer birth control.

They want an exemption to the requirement that exists under Obamacare ... citing religious reasons.

Watch the video clip as Eli Stokols explains what is next in this case.