Firstly, it's a state law so it's not applicable anywhere else in the US. Yes, that could change in the future but it could also be repealed so let's stick to the current facts.
Secondly, the bill itself states this...
Originally Posted by Senate Bill 962
Consumers should have the option to affirmatively elect to disable this protection, but it must be clear to the consumer that the function the consumer is electing to disable is intended to prevent the unauthorized use of the device.
This means that you can simply click "I don't want that" and it won't be enabled.
Informed choice is informed choice. The number of people who decide against having it enabled on their phone will definitely outweigh the number of people that would come here looking for a technical solution. Also, there would be no "fix" on here since all they'd have to do is hard reset their phone and go through the setup again.