The Assembly Budget Committee asked Eristoff about Christie admin budget decisions.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Barbara Buono says Gov. Chris Christie's proposed tax policies don't help the middle class as he suggests.
Democrat John Arvanites is challenging Republican incumbent Rodney Frelinghuysen for the 11th congressional district.
Sen. Robert Menendez believes the cap should be higher for households to continue to receive the Bush tax cuts.
Gov. Chris Christie told an audience at a town hall in Brick Township that Democrats lied to residents about a tax cut.
New Jersey Business and Industry Association First Vice President David Brogan says a millionaires tax would be a tax on business and hurt the state's economy.
Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill and Republican Strategist Dale Florio talk about the budget process and activities before the June 30 deadline.
The battle over the budget -- will tax payers get any relief?
Gov. Christie hates the millionaire's tax, and all five Republicans on the committee voted against it. But the eight Democrats voted for the surcharge, as they call it.
Democrat Brendan Gill and Republican Chris Russell discuss the busy week in politics that included the New Jersey primary and debate over whether the state can afford a tax cut.
Democratic Sen. Jim Whelan wants to give New Jersey casinos the ability to offer mobile devices to patrons for gambling while on the premises.
Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver and Majority Leader Louis Greenwald explain their tax cut plan, as well as comment on other current events.
Assemblyman John Wisniewski calls both New York and New Jersey governors to task for lack of oversight of the agency.
Senate President Steve Sweeney is not considering the millionaire's tax in his plan because the governor will not approve it. He says he refuses to play political games with Christie.