Gov. Christie Vetoes Energy Infrastructure Planning Bill

Law360, New York (January 13, 2014, 8:30 PM ET) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie scolded the state legislature in vetoing a bill Monday that would have required the state's Energy Master Plan to include long-term capacity and infrastructure planning, calling the legislation "redundant."

The governor returned the bill, labeled Assembly Bill 2887, that would have amended the statutory language covering the state's EMP to ensure that its long-term objectives include an analysis of the efficiency of generation capacity and energy infrastructure in connection with the state's energy needs. The bill would also require the plan...
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