It is not so dire and not so cut and dried. States get to decide their own rules and practices. Roe v Wade was an SC ruling, so it applies to states too. Meaning, states cannot go against Roe v Wade. If RvW goes away, states will continue to apply their rules. So, it would depend on where the woman lives. In four states, it would lead to an automatic abortion ban due to trigger laws in place. Sad and horrible to contemplate that they have trigger laws (a law that is waiting for another existing law to get overturned/amended). Brings to mind image of shadows holding big sticks waiting behind Planned Parenthood buildings, waiting to pounce on women in line outside the buildings, the minute RvW gets overturned. Fate of women's right to choose in other states will vary. RvW getting overturned does not mean all abortions will become illegal all across U.S. automatically.