They can't do it state-by-state if it's considered a constitutional right. Even if SCOTUS overturns *Roe*, it'll still be state-by-state unless SCOTUS does something truly exceptional like claim that a fetus has a constitutional right not to be aborted.It's inevitable Roe V Wade gets re-litigated before the Supreme Court; the question though has always been when it will happen and whether or not the conservatives will have the balls (especially now that they've reclaimed a majority) to go through with nuking abortion rights.
It's still unclear on a lot of ways if the current conservative majority has the will to do what would be an insanely unpolarizing move. Roberts in particular given the PR nightmare he suffered dismantling the Voting Rights Act and the Citizens United decision.
It's one of the reasons why conservatives have settled for going after states individually to get rid of abortion on the state level, one piece at a time instead of pinning everything on one big case. Less blowback that way and there is an element of wack-a-mole where if the left overturn anti-abortion laws in one state, two more pop up with similar laws.
The lunatic left have pushed the narrative that ANYONE protesting against the asshole in charge of Communist Venezuela is the minority, and basically members of the wealthy elite at that. And that 99% of the country "LOVE" their commie dictator overlord and that it's only a bunch of corrupt rich bastards unhappy that they are being taxed and taxed HARD so poor people can live the sweet life that they were "denied" before Chavez came along
The true believers want abortion to be overturned, but I wonder about greedier anti-abortion leaders and mainstream Republicans. Outlaw abortion and Republicans might start losing socially conservative/fiscally liberal Christian voters who only vote Republican because of abortion.