Well, my state slammed a new law in place about limiting GNW travel fees to IRS mileage only--which, of course, barely pays my car expenses and put no value on my time. This was submitted and passed into law in a week, despite the fact that I e-mailed EVERYBODY in the legislature about how this would NOT benefit the people who need it the most (elderly, disabled, people in hospitals, nursing homes, etc.). I then told callers I could not help them and WHY & urged them to contact their state rep. about how they felt about this.
For 2 years, this was the law, then--for reasons I will never know--my state changed the law again to allow a travel fee--& even my fee for notarization--to whatever amount was agreed upon by both parties. So, there is always hope.
However, now that it is an 'untried' law in your state, guess we'll just have to see the kazillion problems we all see with this 'brave new technology' before we see laws changed. FWIW, I really don't see eNotarization going away, but do think a lot of the early adopters will see some changes made in the future.