The end of a national right to abortion could trigger a surge of interest in abortion pills by mail, a method of pregnancy termination that has become popular in states that already restrict the procedure, The Washington Post says. Many Republican legislatures have tried banning the pills from being shipped or prescribed. But some women have been able to circumvent the restrictions by getting their pills online from overseas pharmacies that cannot be reached by U.S. laws. The tablets usually come in an unassuming envelope, making it hard to police. With the Supreme Court possibly poised to overturn Roe v. Wade, people seeking abortions in the U.S. will probably flock to these sources.