New Jersey Gov.

Chris Christie, who is up for reelection in 2018, called the EPA’s proposed plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions “a Trojan horse.”

He argued the move would undermine the nation’s clean air laws and the environment.

“I do not think the Clean Power plan is in the interest of New Jersey or of the country,” Christie said in a statement Thursday.

“The EPA and the White House are trying to score political points, but the truth is that they are trying for the very opposite of what New Jerseyers want. “

They are going after our clean air, our water, and our economy, while putting the profits of polluters ahead of our future. “

The EPA and the White House are trying to score political points, but the truth is that they are trying for the very opposite of what New Jerseyers want.

The governor’s remarks come after a series of recent actions by New Jersey officials. “

In a word, this is about corporate welfare.”

The governor’s remarks come after a series of recent actions by New Jersey officials.

On Thursday, New Jersey lawmakers approved a measure to cut its carbon emissions by 20 percent from 2020.

Earlier this month, the state announced that it would take a $25 million tax credit for clean energy projects.

Christie also said he wants the state to set a target of getting 80 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2025.

Christie is running for governor again in 2018.

On Tuesday, the Republican-led state legislature passed a bill that will exempt oil and gas companies from paying for pollution mitigation costs.