Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office on Friday announced a coalition of state AGs from around the country had filed an injunction to block the Trump administration’s rule change for access to birth control.

The Trump administration in October moved to expand the ability of employers to deny access to contraceptive coverage over religious objections.

Schneiderman, who signed onto the coalition of attorneys general challenging the move, said the health care decision shouldn’t be left up to employers.

“If a woman can’t control her own body, she isn’t truly free,” Schneiderman said. “Healthcare decisions should be made by a woman – not her boss. These retrograde rules seek to deny basic healthcare to millions of women in New York and across the country. We’ll continue to fight back and protect New Yorkers.”

The injunction is being sought by California, Delaware, Maryland, and Virginia along with New York. It was filed Thursday in the U.S. District Court in California.

Schneiderman has sought to be a thorn in the side of the Trump administration, challenging the president on a range of issues from immigration controls to transgender rights.

Schneiderman in January introduced a bill that would provide contraceptive coverage to women regardless of the outcome of the federal rule making in Washington.