I think the current legislation mentions the motivations: motivated by bias, prejudice, hate, and so forth. Then it applies an additional sanction on cases where that has been expressed against a religious building. To me, that tends to focus it as much more serious when it's actually focused on a place of worship. It's still bad stuff, still hateful, but it's not necessarily a hate crime unless it's focused on a specific kind of building. This would broaden that quite extensively. To my mind, what it really means is that the location doesn't matter as long as it's in public view, so much as you can identify that it is motivated by hate, bigotry, prejudice, and so forth.
What would you say to that?