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Chuck Schumer imageChuck Schumer
Democrat Candidate
New York
Senate Race
Chuck Schumer is running as a Democrat in the state of New York. Chuck Schumer is an Incumbent in the U.S. Senate race. This candidate has been the Senator from New York since 1998. Chuck Schumer is running against Joe Pinion in the U.S. Senate race. See our U.S. Senate race map and our New York Senate state map.

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How is the media covering Chuck Schumer?

Chuck Schumer often is covered by Right Media sources.
Left: 30%
Right: 49%

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US & Canada · Washington

Democrats’ bill would make Roe v. Wade law, and expand it

72% Center coverage: 28 sources
Senate Democrats are moving quickly to try to codify the 50-year-old ruling. But they don't have enough votes, and Republicans are expected to block the bill in a test vote Wednesday. The bill would also expand protections, invalidating many state laws that Democrats and abortion rights advocates say have infringed on the original 1973 ruling.See the Story
US & Canada

Schumer vows abortion law vote, but not filibuster changes

90% Center coverage: 10 sources
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said the Supreme Court is poised to inflict the greatest restriction of rights in the past 50 years on all Americans. Schumer stopped short of promising to change Senate filibuster rules to allow Democrats to pass legislation that would salvage the landmark abortion law on their own. If Roe v. Wade is overturned, states would then regulate abortions.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Maxine Waters reacts to Dobbs ruling: 'The hell with the Supreme Court. We will defy them'

90% Right coverage: 19 sources
Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., pledged to defy and protest the Supreme Court following its decision Friday overturning Roe v. Wade. "You ain't seen nothing yet," Waters said from the steps of the court. "Women are going to control their bodies no matter how they try and stop us. The hell with the Supreme Court. We will defy them. Women will be in control of their bodies. And if they think Black women are intimidated or afraid, they got another thought coming."See the Story
Nancy Pelosi · Washington

Democrats condemn Supreme Court abortion draft as 'abomination,' urge Congress to codify Roe v Wade

41% Right coverage: 17 sources
Democrats across the board are calling for the Senate to eliminate its filibuster. The powergrab is a measure of Democratic concern about abortion being outlawed in many states. The reality is that in the current 50-50 Senate chamber, even Democrats have rejected calls to drop or alter the filibuster. That opposition maintains the requirement to get at least 60 votes to cut off debate and pass major legislation.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Schumer declines to comment on Feinstein’s fitness for office

57% Right coverage: 7 sources
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer declined on Tuesday to say whether he has confidence in Dianne Feinstein's ability to continue serving as the senior Democratic senator from California. "I've had a good number of discussions with Senator Feinstein, but I'm keeping them to myself," he said.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Collins Opposes Creating Statutory Right to Abortion

63% Left coverage: 8 sources
“Sen. Susan Collins (R-ME), one of two prominent Republican senators who support abortion rights, said Thursday that she does not support a measure that would create statutory right to the procedure, arguing that the legislation does not provide sufficient protection to antiabortion health providers,” the Washington Post reports. See the Story

Senate to vote next week on protecting abortion rights

Coverage: 4 sources
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate will vote next week on legislation that would codify abortion rights into federal law as Democrats mount their response to the Supreme Court’s leaked draft decision that would overturn the landmark Roe v. Wade ruling. The procedural vote, scheduled for Wednesday, will mostly be symbolic and once again show the limits of the Democratic majority in the 50-50 Senate.See the Story
Chuck Schumer · New York

After months of fighting, Brooklyn VA spared from potential closure • Brooklyn Paper

The Brooklyn Veterans Affairs Medical Center has been thrown a lifeline, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced Tuesday, after the Senate put a stop to feds’ plans to close both the Brooklyn and Manhattan VA hospitals and consolidate their services into other facilities.See the Story
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