Israel has no formal constitution. Instead, it has a series of "foundational laws" that can only be changed by a supermajority and serve as a de facto constitution. In 1992, the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that any new law found to violate these foundational laws can be struck down as unconstitutional. Not surprisingly, some Knesset (parliament) members were not happy with this.
My question, then, is can Congress bypass U.S. Supreme Court decisions with a supermajority of its own? I'm not saying this is the case, but every branch is amenable to its own abuses of power. Theoretically, the courts can overreach their own powers. What systems/procedures are in place to counteract that? If enough members of Congress agreed, could they, for example, strike down landmark decisions like Roe v. Wade?