Editorial Comment ///

Greens had say in energy plan after all. Ever since President Bush proposed his energy plan, news coverage of his energy task force has suggested that the White House left environmentalists and consumers out of the planning. This seems to have been exacerbated by the Enron scandal. Yet The Washington Times says most print and broadcast accounts ignored or buried the fact that administration officials actually contacted environmental groups for input, but were rebuffed. Evidence that these groups were included was detailed in both an Energy Department letter and an e-mail comprising documents released by the agency.

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