That’s fine, as long as they are actually laws, passed by the people’s representatives, assembled. Not the unlawful whims or dictates of a power-grabbing executive.
No, it isn’t fine. What if the people decide to pass laws that order blacks to sit at the back of the bus, or to be hanged whenever found in certain areas of the town? The Constitution is supposed to place some things beyond the reach of local sentiments, or even elections.