Yep. A horrible bill/law. The original bill would have made it a felony for a violation.
That bill was sort of a "sleeper" and was near passage when some of us found out about the bill and mounted a last minute grass roots campaign. We we not able to stop the bill completely, but it was amended to remove the felony provision.
It is still bad law. I don't believe it is right (nor Constitutional) for gov't to regulate firearms on private property.