Drinking water foun- tains in Hawaii have been free to drink for a few days now after a judge ruled that they are not legal.
The ruling means people can now drink in the tap on the West Coast of the US state without a permit.
The ban has come about after a ruling last year by Hawaii’s District Court that found drinking water sources are not subject to the state’s strict water conservation rules.
Hawaii is the first state in the US to introduce such a law.
The decision to stop the ban came after the state Supreme Court ruled that the state has not met the requirements to get the drinking water law passed.
“We are pleased to announce that the Hawaii Supreme Court has ruled that drinking water supplies are not a public nuisance and can continue to be used safely,” said a statement from the State Water Resources Control Board.
The ban also applies to water supplies in the state, but it is not clear whether that applies to drinking water as well. “
The decision is a win for the public, the environment and for the health and safety of our water supply.”
The ban also applies to water supplies in the state, but it is not clear whether that applies to drinking water as well.
A statement from a group called Hawaii Water Watch said it is disappointed in the ruling.
Water advocates say the ban is likely to lead to an increase in water-related accidents.
In July, a man was injured after drinking water from a tap in the Hawaii City area.
Officials in the city say the water was safe.