JLF Director of Communications, Mitch Kokai, jumped at the opportunity to record an interview with Roy Cordato in response to the General Assembly’s idea to commission a panel to study the possible regulation of gasoline.  The sound clip, sent to radio stations around the state within hours of the GA’s announcement, was inserted into WPTF’s legislative round up for the day. Of the idea to make gasoline a public utility, Roy sarcastically said “I’m sure we’re all very happy with the government run monopolies out there — the phone company, the electric company, the cable TV company – and the services we get from those institutions.”Speaking of inefficient government run monopolies, Daren Bakst, writing in the Oxford Public Ledger, recommends that the state crack down on its lax driver license system.