President Joe Biden’s latest loan forgiveness has hit a roadblock in the form of a lawsuit filed by Kansas Attorney General Kris Kobach. The lawsuit, filed on Thursday on behalf of 11 states, stands on the argument that Biden’s SAVE Plan constitutes an overstep of his authority.

According to the 11 states, the new plan does not differ much from Biden’s first student loan cancellation plan, which got thrown out by the Supreme Court last year.

The new $138 billion student loan plan announced in February offers cancellation of loans in as little as 10 years. It also offers to reduce monthly payment for more borrowers. While this plan is smaller than the initial $430 billion plan from last year, the lawsuit asks the court to halt it immediately.

“A coalition of States sues Defendant Biden, as well as co-defendants the Department of Education and Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona, to stop a second attempt to avoid Congress and pass an illegal student debt forgiveness. Last time Defendants tried this the Supreme Court said that this action was illegal. Nothing since then has changed,” the lawsuit read.

Alongside Kansas, other states that are included in the lawsuit are Texas, Alabama, Utah, Alaska, Louisiana, South Carolina, Iowa, Montana, Idaho and Nebraska. The states argue that the plan will not only reduce the incentive borrowers have to go into public service and pursue the Public Service Loan Forgiveness program, but will also “create enormous opportunities for fraudsters to exploit student debt borrowers that would not otherwise exist.”

Kobach, who was at the forefront of the challenge to Biden’s original student loan cancellation program that got canceled, argues that the SAVE plan breaks many of the same rules the canceled program did.

“Not since the civil war has a president told the Supreme Court, ‘Yeah you blocked me, but I’m gonna do it anyway.’ Biden is trying to twist federal law once again, and his new plan is just as illegal as the old plan,” Kobach told Fox News of the plan.

While speaking at a news conference at the Kansas Statehouse, Kobach said, “In a completely brazen fashion, the president pressed ahead anyway. The law simply does not allow President Biden to do what he wants to do.”