If nothing else this would become at least a "stop and identify law" that is applicable to the whole of the state. Of course if the bill does not provide further guidance on what is acceptable to properly identify ones self, then the already acceptable statement of your name and address would suffice and the person should not be subject to arrest. I don't like it, but for someone to be lawfully arrested under this new law they must first be lawfully stopped and then refuse to provide their name and address and nothing more. Only if the person does not properly identify himself is the LEO specifically authorized to take the following steps under this law.
I still don't like it though.