If a particular state legislature gets too carried away the this nonsense, the main effect will be to drive "high tech" companies into another state.
Even in California the legislators aren't that stupid.
Slight OT: The "licensed psychologists" in California and, perhaps, some other states have gotten a legal monopoly on the administration of "IQ" tests. They have intimidated the so-called "High IQ" organization, Mensa, to STOP giving IQ tests to prospective members. Mensa now gives a bogus pass/fail test and charges $40 for it. All the candidate gets for his $40 is a letter saying whether he "passed" the test.
Since the largest consumers of IQ tests are the public schools some kind of compromise was needed because if the "licensed psychologists" got into a pissing contest with the education establishment it's likely that the "educationalists" would win. The compromise is/are tests which "correlate" with IQ tests but aren't. (I'm not making this up.) One such test is the Otis-Lennon. The "IQ" flap was, in part, responsible for the College Board to state that the "A" in SAT no longer stands for anything. Since the "A" has no meaning, they dropped meanings from the S & T. So now it's quite proper to talk about the SAT Test or the PSAT Test.