Rep. Deborah Ross, D-N.C., a member of the House Judiciary Committee, said she fears North Carolina could see an abortion ban enforced in the future if Roe v. Wade is overturned.

Speaking on MSNBC's "Way Too Early," Ross said with the midterms approaching, there was a "risk" an abortion ban could one day be enforced in North Carolina, noting that when Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper "first took office, there was a Republican majority, a supermajority that could override his vetoes."

"We’ve only recently been able to withstand any attempts to override his veto in our Legislature," she said.

The Center for Reproductive Rights has said it believes North Carolina lawmakers "will likely try to prohibit abortion."

"The current governor is supportive of abortion rights, but numerous medically unnecessary restrictions make it difficult to access abortion care in the state," it said on its website.

While North Carolina does have a pre-Roe abortion ban in place, the Guttmacher Institute, another abortion-rights advocacy group, has said it is "unclear if the state's law would be implemented quickly."