To you, the name doesn't matter because you like the law.
To Joe Public, who may very well be opposed to the law, or on the fence about the law, a name can make a great deal of difference.
We live in a world of sound bites. We live in a world where people skim headlines, instead of reading articles. Most readers will gloss over what the law actually says, but take note of what it is called.
I am not worried about "political correctness," as you put it. I am worried about alienating voters whose votes we need, because somebody decided to use a snappy name for a serious law.
That isn't political correctness, it's pragmatism.