Wilson's characterization of SB 555 is inaccurate in several ways. First of all, it would not "criminalize" teasing.
"If you create a crime [in a law], you need to put words in the law like 'sentencing' or 'imprisoned,'" explained a Senate staffer who declined to be named to speak openly. "[The law] is just not creating any crimes. That's just incorrect."
It's also not banning teasing between students. It prohibits discrimination by public schools, and it makes sure a school responds to cases of pervasive harassment that interfere with a child's education.
If only it DID criminalize bullying...