The Star-Ledger of New Jersey has a dispatch from Trenton about Governor Christie's revision to the state's 10-year "energy master plan." Quoted in the story are:
- The director of the New Jersey Sierra Club
- The political director of the New Jersey Environmental Federation, who is calling for a "carbon-free, nuclear-free" New Jersey by 2050.
- A Democratic state senator who chairs the environment and energy committee
- The CEO of "American Clean Energy, a solar project developer."
Four of four sources quoted in the article are essentially "green" and/or political opponents of the Republican governor. Not a single one asks why a state would need to have a 10-year "energy master plan" in the first place, or cautions about the problems inherent in such planning.