Today on Boston Public Radio:

– We opened lines to ask listeners: Should society be more forgiving to people with criminal records?

– NBC Sports Boston reporter and anchor Trenni Kusnierek talked about challenges for fitness studios trying to reopen, and how Boston’s sports teams are faring as they work to sort out their upcoming seasons.

– Sen. Ed Markey called in to discuss the possibility of more federal aid for struggling families and businesses amid the COVID-19 pandemic, and offer his take on who bears responsibility for deaths at the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home.

– Former Secretary of Transportation Jim Aloisi talked about the likelihood that Mass. legislators will enact the gas tax, and challenges with getting commuters to return to the T.

– Food writer Corby Kummer talked about public blowback to Goya president Robert Unanue's remarks in praise of Donald Trump, and new economic pressures on independent restaurants sorting out how to reopen safely.

– CNN’s John King discussed the latest political headlines, from updates on the president’s handling of the COVID-19 pandemic, to news that the GOP convention in Jacksonville, Fla., will be held outside.

– We open lines to ask listeners: Are you excited to use your reusable tote bags in grocery stores again?