Attorney General Eric Schneiderman and a coalition of a dozen state AGs from the around country are opposing President Donald Trump’s administration effort to block two immigrant women in federal custody from obtaining abortion services.

“The United States Constitution guarantees all women the right to access an abortion, including unaccompanied minor immigrants,” said the coalition of Attorneys General.

“Forcing women to remain pregnant against their will is cruel, inhumane, and entirely illegal. The federal government has no authority to deny these women access to abortion services and we are confident that federal courts will overwhelmingly agree. We will not allow this administration to prey on young and vulnerable women in pursuit of a radical anti-abortion agenda. We will continue to fight alongside our allies to ensure these women receive the justice they deserve.”

The coalition of AGs is composed of officials in California, Connecticut, Iowa, Illinois, Maine, Massachusetts, Maryland, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Vermont, and the District of Columbia in addition to the New York office.

The coalition in October had previous filed an amicus brief in a case involving a 17-year-old unaccompanied minor in federal custody who was seeking an abortion. The D.C. Circuit Court overruled the Trump administration, allowing the woman known as Jane Doe to obtain the abortion.