The courts don’t have the power to curtail the legislature in that way. If Congress wants to pass new law to codify the issue at a federal level now, they can do that. The court cannot oblige them to wait for any period of time. I suspect we’ll see them try to do exactly this before midterms- best case they do get law through the house and the senate to protect abortion rights at a federal level. Worst case, they’re unable to, and it fuels their midterm campaign. Either way it’ll be ugly.I noticed that in the noise, few of the politicians or the reporter comment that what the court is saying about Roe vs Wade is that it's not the courts job to make law and how society is to treat an issue like abortion is up to the politicians to make a well written law in it's regard that is constitutional. The best way forward is to say "Roe vs Wade" will be struck down by the courts in 2 years and Congress is to address the issue in that time".