Both of New Jersey’s legislative chambers approved the Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights Act, which sends it to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk. His signature, on a piece of legislation that bears the memory of Tyler Clementi and would update the state’s 2002 law, would make New Jersey home to the strictest anti-bullying law in the nation, requiring universities to have written policies and grade schools to train staff on spotting and preventing bullying as well as require superintendents to report bullying to the State Board of Education. The only lawmaker in either chamber to vote against the bill was Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll (pictured), who took issue with calling out specific classes of people subject to bullying. Read: the homos.