Abortion does not fall under interstate commerce. At all. It should not be governed by the federal government.
Unfortunately Trieste, that is where you are wrong. This may get a little dicey, but what I am about to say is the truth. After a fair amount of research that I've been doing, I've come across a bit of legislation that has pretty much opened my eyes.
The United States of America is a bankrupt corporation in England. When a child is born, they come to you and get you to sign some paperwork. How many of you have actually read that paperwork? What you are doing is signing the life of the child over to the state. At that point, the state owns the child and you are allowed to care for it as its biological parent. This can be seen in the sense that all children can be taken from their parents as wards of the state, if the state thinks that you are not doing a good job as a parent.
Before I get flamed on anything I am writing, I will again state, this is fact, this is the law in the united states, I could go back and look up the exact laws if you would like and post them here.
If anyone remembers the masacre in Waco, TX. Everyone on that compound exercised their right to expatriate themselves from the United States of America. They became free people, not bound to the laws of the united states, not protected under the constitution, and were killed for it.
Under the law of the United States, when you are born and your parents sign that documentation, the state owns you, you are a slave. Obviously it isn't in the same sense of the word as you think, but here's how it works. Everything in the United States is a commercial matter.
Crime, for example, is a commercial matter, including capital crimes. This is why you can post bail, and stay out of jail until your trial is over. This is why you can pay a fine instead of getting jailtime for most small crimes. The government isn't about to tell you that you can pay money to get out of a murder case... but, theoretically, if you go through the right documentation and file the right paperwork, you can become something called a Secured Party Creditor. The government doesn't like it when you do this, because they can no longer make money from you. You no longer owe the government anything, and they don't own you. No more taxes, no more debts, nothing. Anyone who doubts this, feel free to do a little research on Secured Party Creditors and find out for yourself. Personally, I'm in the process of this.
Unfortunately, thanks to the legislation our government has passed... Human life is interstate commerce.