Something, yeah, but “30 days in jail, 90 day dl suspension, 12 points on license and a mandatory minimum fine of $5000.00 for the first offense” isn’t going to fly, it’s far too harsh for a first offense when nothing happened.
Keep in mind, you can hurt people running a red light, a stop sign, a “yield to pedestrians” sign and all kinds of other stuff. It seems to me that if they simply left off the punishment part, it would gather more signature, faster.
Take me, for example, I consider myself a good driver. So far as I know I’ve never gone past a school bus with it’s stop sign out/lights on and I would never do it on purpose (and fwiw, I have a school aged child), I’d have a hard time supporting a law that could cause me to lose my license, go to jail and pay a good chunk of my easily accessible money if I blew a stop sign.
Again, I’m good with harsher penalties if this is a real issue, but if you go too far, I wouldn’t be able to support it.
On a related topic, I have a friend (well, brother of a friend) that ended up in jail for passing a school bus on the right. That is, the traffic was stopped for the bus, so he went around on the shoulder. He did jail time for that one, IIRC, it was his third strike.