Protections against workplace harassment and discrimination should be extended to everyone everywhere. Period. I would imagine this is at least implied somewhere in the law, but in the current environment of increased sexism, racism, xenophobia and bullying it certainly can't hurt to underscore that all are to be treated fairly regardless of status. I have personally known of situations where an intern was definitely sexually harassed but was afraid to say anything. Others had to step in to deal with the situation because the intern felt so powerless. It can be tough enough being an intern anyway since they are typically the lowest person on the food chain and it all rolls down hill. At the very least they should have the assurance they are protected from harassment or discrimination, which is why I support this bill. An extra layer of protection emphasizing fairness for the vulnerable can't really do any harm.