Today on Boston Public Radio:
— We opened our lines to hear your reactions to the president's proposal to re-open the U.S. economy amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
— Robert Kuttner, professor at Brandeis and co-founder of American-Prospect, discussed his latest writing for the New York Times on how the U.S. government's response to the COVID-19 epidemic could send our economy into a major depression.
— We opened lines to callers to talk about coronavirus, and how you’re faring in the midst of the pandemic.
— We aired live audio from Mass. Gov. Charlie Baker’s public address on the state’s pandemic response.
— Shannon Liss-Riordan, founding member of the Lichten & Liss-Riordan law firm, discussed protections that workers have amid the Coronavirus outbreak when it comes to paid sick leave and compensation.
— Lyndia Downie, president and executive director of the Pine Street Inn, discussed how her organization is supporting Boston’s homeless population throughout the pandemic.
— CNN’s John King discussed the relief bill the Senate is expected to pass Tuesday.
— We opened our lines to talk with callers about why you think liquor stores get to stay open, but pot shops don't.