Its fun to also note, the vulnerable user law that we passed in this state, has never been successfully enforced, and police are banned by the attorney general from using it.
The real issue is people are generally entitled assholes. Behind the wheel they recklessly endanger those around them with speed, distractions ( txting ) and have no issue justifying it. The only reason bikes become a focus is because bicycle riders tend to be more of a cohesive group than pedestrians, and people who have been injured or killed by someone in a car who wasn't drunk.
Driving is the primary cause of death in this country for people under 35, and the penalties for abusing it ( aside from drinking ) are minor to non existent.
We probably need more enforcement, its not a right, its a privilege, and you should lose it when you injure or kill someone by default. You should have to go back and ask a judge for the privilege back. Letting people drive away after ending a life is insane.