Rep. Samson Buck, D-Ardmore, said he was concerned the language restricted the public's right to autopsy reports, the newspaper reported.
Buck also was concerned the 49-page bill was presented the night before the last day of the legislative session with language most members had not previously seen, the newspaper reported.
Rep. Richard Morrissette, D-Oklahoma City, accused Terrill of "sneaking in language” that "is dangerous and wrong,” reported The Oklahoman.
The bill passed the Senate 45 - 0 Thursday and the House 58 - 40 that night. It goes next to Gov. Brad Henry for approval.