"It sounds like we're executing people with designer heroin or something," said Democratic state Sen. Scott A. Surovell, a death penalty opponent who voted against the secrecy law. "Usually when government does things secretly, taxpayers end up paying through the nose. ... Instead of $2,000 toilet seats, I guess we're going to get $15,000 injections."
Virginia Delegate Scott A. Surovell, Fairfax Democrat, said the governor's plan for streamlining state agencies is "a pretty list, but substantively, it's pretty insignificant."