The socially conservative New Yorkers for Constitutional Freedoms on Friday is joining a national effort to push President Donald Trump to back an executive order addressing religious freedom.

The effort, part of a national movement through the Family Policy Alliance and a network of 40 additional state-based groups, underscores the skepticism some social conservatives held for Trump’s candidacy and lifestyle.

“President Trump and Vice President Pence have the opportunity to lead the nation in truly making religious freedom great again by signing an Executive Order to broadly protect religious freedom,” said the Rev. Jason McGuire, the group’s executive director. “This Executive Order is good, lawful public policy that reinforces existing religious freedom protections in law and affirms that President Trump’s administration will respect the religious freedom rights of all Americans.”

In particular, the groups hope the Trump administration can address aspects of the Affordable Care Act considered especially vexing for social conservatives as well as concerns such as “the numerous small business owners who have been negatively affected by the push to keep people of faith out of the public square.”

As governor of Indiana, Mike Pence came under fire for a law that allowed business to declared religious freedom exemptions that was seen as discriminatory toward the LGBT community by. The measure was eventually amended that broadly watered down the intended aspects of the legislation.