I do find it odd that it passed the State Senate. I see no reason why an individual could not just file a complaint if they felt they were being treated with contempt or less than dignified --what have you-- I do not find this as a necessary law and wonder what conditions initially brought the idea about? I also do not buy into the "religious reasons for not calling anyone what they wish to be called". That's just petty. Calling someone whatever they want to be called has to do with treating others how we wish to be treated, regardless if we agree with them or not, think they are bonkers, etc. Besides if a person is uncomfortable they can just call individual by their proper name. Harry, Sally or Sid etc.