Gov. Christie visited areas of the Jersey Shore to kick off Memorial Day weekend.
Steel from overseas is less expensive than in the U.S., so structures are using steel from places like China and Italy.
Republican Strategist Chris Russell and Democratic Strategist Brendan Gill discuss the week in politics with NJTV News Managing Editor Mike Schneider.
Sarlo asked Eristoff if cutting back on the state's pension payments is legal.
Democratic lawmakers joined others to speak out against Christie's plan to cut pension payments.
An investigative committee has found that certain aspects of the bail system should be changed.
Delaware River Port Authority CEO John Hanson says the organization will no longer be spending money on non-transportation projects.
Sen. Pres. Sweeney announced that he's working to override Christie's conditional veto of the Sandy Bill of Rights.
The Assembly Budget Committee asked Eristoff about Christie admin budget decisions.
Christie has re-appointed Supreme Court Justice Rabner and has nominated Solomon for a seat on the High Court.
NJ Victims of Crime Compensation Office provides citizens with financial assistance after being victimized.
The Assembly Budget Committee heard from OLS and the state treasurer.
Christie wants to reduce both this year and next year's pension payments to close the budget deficit.
Matt Mowers worked with Stepien and Kelly to reach out to local officials from Gov. Christie's office.
Assemblyman Jon Bramnick says that Matt Mowers withstood six hours of questioning from the committee investigating the GWB lane closures and that he was a class act at the hearing.