The Justice Department urged Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor Friday to stop blocking the new health care law's birth control mandate for religious-affiliated organizations.
Under the Affordable Care Act most health insurance plans have to provide free birth control, including religious charitable organizations, hospitals and universities.
A group of nuns in Denver called the little Sisters of the Poor run nursing homes. The Catholic charity is fighting the birth control mandate saying it violates their faith.
But the solicitor general filed papers with the Supreme Court on Friday saying there's nothing in the law that will make the nuns pay for birth control for their employees.
But that's not the only problem the president's health care law is facing. NBC's Steve Handlesman tells us about a new threat to the system.