A decision by President Donald Trump’s administration relax requirements that employers provide birth control and contraceptive coverage was blasted on Friday by Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

In a statement, Cuomo pointed to state regulations announced in January that includes cost-free contraceptive services and requires insurers to cover all medically necessary abortions.

“In New York, we will not allow the progress of the women’s movement to be stopped. This year, we ensured that whatever happens at the federal level, women in our state will continue to have cost-free access to reproductive health care,” Cuomo said in a statement.

“Women deserve complete autonomy over their bodies and reproductive decisions. Make no mistake – in New York, we will always protect a woman’s right to choose.”

The Trump administration moved to change the regulations after a years’ long outcry from some employers on religious grounds.

Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, meanwhile, pointed to a bill he introduced that would provide cost-free contraceptives set in law.

“My office is reviewing the new federal rules,” he said, “and we are prepared to take action to protect the rights and health of New Yorkers.”