Attorney General Letitia James on Monday in a letter co-signed by a dozen attorneys general knocked the federal government for failing to enforce aspects of the Affordable Care Act.

The letter takes issue with the U.S. Department of Labor for not informing consumers about provisions and benefits of the law, known commonly as Obamacare, such as requirements like the Essential Health Benefits Package now apply for those enrolled in small group plans and as well as individuals.

And the attorneys general urged the Department of Labor to clearly tell consumers what is available under the law when it comes to ACA requirements.

“Our federal government should be doing everything in its power to protect and expand access to healthcare, not deny it,” James said. “This new policy is both deceiving and dangerous – it fails to adequately inform policyholders of the true extent of the coverage that they have a legal right to, and that plans should be providing. All Americans deserve access to quality healthcare and we will continue to fight to ensure this basic right.”

The letter also raises the possibility of a legal challenge to the lack of enforcement over the provision.

The attorney general’s office in New York last year filed a lawsuit blocking President Donald Trump’s administration from efforts the office said would gut the law and undo key insurance protections.