Well, looking at it, the law only precribes that something happens in response
to the courts ruling the law unconstitutional. For example, if they the courts try to strike down or uphold another law based on legal precedent, or laws passed since the 1780s, then this law blocks. Since the courts are in the process of striking down laws anyway, then this would also be struck as part of the bundle. The law says that if the law is struck, it provides penalties for the judges. Problem is, how can it do something after it has been struck? Therefore, the law only makes a statement as has negligable legal effect.