No. This is unconstitutional and it undermines the power of the Supreme Court. An act cannot supersede the powers of the court as demonstrated in the first landmark case of the Supreme Court and of this country, Marbury v. Madison. So if they want to reverse the decision of Roe v. Wade, they can either wait until the Supreme Court reverses the decision in a similar and subsequent case or pass an amendment(good fucking luck on this one).
Republicans and the Personhood USA organization they are representing have already circumvented this decision with anti-abortion laws passed in closed doors in Virginia, and about to be passed in Oklahoma and Iowa. And it's not implausible to think they'll try to spread it to other states.
So unless this action calls on the 10th Amendment for grounds for its passing so that it can't be challenged by Roe v. Wade by claiming states's rights or something, or for some other legal reason, it looks like Roe V. Wade is being disregarded.
Edited by Professor Westwood V, 17 February 2012 - 06:32 PM.