Arizona has a preemption bill in its House that may be a model for other states to use. You can find the complete text here for your perusal. It's not terribly long and manages to say what it needs to say without any textual modification clauses.
This is the sort of thing you can print out and give to your legislators who will (hopefully) read it, smile, and send it down to the clerk trolls where it will be put into a format compatible for your state, and then offer it up for legislative consideration.
In case the link doesn't work, the bill is HB2517.
The best part is at the end, in blue type and all caps which generally means it's a recent addition. It makes government officials who violate the law individually and personally liable for damages and fines. That part alone is worth clicking the link to read.