In May of this year, Maui County, Hawaii's liquor regulators voted to allow liquor stores in the county to sell booze 24 hours a day. After a sustained pressure campaign by opponents of the move, the liquor commission has now recanted and repealed the reform. Hawaii News Now has the story:
"The Maui County Liquor Commission unanimously voted Wednesday to repeal a law that allows liquor sales 24 hours a day.
The measure first passed in March upsetting critics who felt it would lead to an increase of drunk driving deaths.
After months of lobbying and testifying, opponents are calling this a victory..."
DrinksReform.org previously covered the initial rule change and backlash here: http://www.drinksreform.org/blog-1/2017/5/23/alcohol-law-changes-in-maui-hawaii-cause-firestorm