There are 2 laws that might be abolished for various reasons. Mostly because they have risks.
1.) Military draft
Drafting people can cause the draftees emotional distress, and a lot of the draftees lack morale and show fear. Some people have personal beliefs that don't let them fight. So technically some of the draftees might be cannon fodder (no offense). A lot of people have opposed the draft before.
A lot of people think "Yeah! let's send these youngsters to fight, let's see how they like it when they don't have their smartphones with them." Shame on you, you wouldn't be singing that same tune if you were young, you'd be quaking in your boots as well. How would you like it if one of your loved ones got drafted? If you really care about them, you'd be worried about them.
Perhaps the draft might be abolished one day. During the Vietnam War, many people protested against the war and the draft, and many men evaded the draft. So much protest caused many soldiers to have lower morale and it could be too risky to enforce drafts again. Even without any major war going on, many people on social media tend to fear-monger which scares a lot of people. You can see a lot of people scared on social media. So it could be a good thing for the military draft to be abolished.
2.) Death Penalty
Sadly, prop 62 failed. The one major risk with the death penalty is that an innocent person can fall victim to it. It has happened to some innocent people:
https://www.criminaljusticedegreesguide.com/features/10-infamous-cases-of-wrongful-execution.html, yet few people care. Some people say "Well, too bad." You wouldn't say that if you or one of your loved ones were on death row even though you or your loved ones were innocent.
Framing, investigators making mistakes or the person being in the wrong place at the wrong time are causes for some innocent people to be on death row. Framing needs to be taken seriously, and it's a crime that needs to be stopped. A innocent person sentenced to life in prison, has a better chance at being exonerated than a person on death row. Abolishing the death penalty can be a good thing.
These are two laws that will hopefully be abolished one day.