I QUOTED THE BILL. The bill does not grant anybody a right to an abortion that they didn't already have under Roe v. Wade. What the bill does is codify Roe v. Wade while eliminating bullshit state restrictions that have been placed on already legal abortions. Does it go "beyond Roe v, Wade"? Yes, of course, but only in the sense that it SPECIFICALLY says what cannot be allowed by a state to hinder the Roe v. Wade constitutional right to abortion. Let's recall your original claim, shall we? That the Schumer bill would grant an unlimited right to abortion up into the very moment of birth, without restrictions. Not even your latest article claims that. Just admit that you were wrong.