TRENTON - State Sen. Loretta Weinberg (D-N.J.) says she'll introduce a bill on Monday that would require the governor to be open about where he is at all times.

Gov. Chris Christie (R-N.J.) has faced criticism from Democrats for leaving for private fundraising events without releasing details of his whereabouts. Christie has said, "You're not entitled to know everything I do. And especially if it's on the weekend and not at taxpayer expense, I'm not telling you."

The senator says her schedule is with her district and Trenton offices and she even keeps a Facebook page explaining her whereabouts.

Back in April, Christie accused Weinberg of collecting a taxpayer-funded pension while still collecting a salary as a legislator.