Referred to earlier in this post, the state of Michigan has passed its anti-bullying law… without the provision that carves an exception for people who bully on moral and religious grounds.
That's good news. The legislation, now on its way to Gov. Rick Snyder, is a little weak: it requires districts to enact a policy but does not proscribe specific behavior. It also does not enumerate protected categories (gays, transgender, etc.). But at least the religious exception is removed.