The New Jersey Democrat-led Senate met on Thursday and decided not to vote on the Assembly’s plan to raise the gasoline tax by 23 cents per gallon while cutting the sales tax by one per cent. Senate President Stave Sweeney said there was not enough support for the plan he claims would cost nearly $2 billion in lost revenue by cutting the sales tax. Gov. Christie said the legislation meets his “tax fairness” test, by raising the same amount in taxes that it cuts back. Both men claim the state’s transportation trust fund has enough cash to last through August.