Today on Boston Public Radio:
- We opened the lines to ask our listeners: Is it time to do away with the SAT?
- Anchor and reporter with NBC Sports Boston Trenni Kusnierek joined us to speak about why Massachusetts doesn't have a soccer stadium exclusively for the New England Revolution. She also commented on the Cubs' Albert Almora Jr.'s response to his foul ball that hit a girl in the stands.
- Carol Rose, executive director of the ACLU of Massachusetts, discussed partisan gerrymandering, new abortion laws in the country and voting rights.
- Boston Globe travel writer Christopher Muther described his experience at a cat sanctuary and explained a new service that speeds up TSA checks using biometrics.
- NECN’s Sue O’Connell talked with us about the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall riots and Pride month.
- John King, CNN’s Chief National Correspondent, discussed President Donald Trump's suggestion of boycotting AT&T over CNN’s coverage of him and Jared Kushner dodging a "birtherism" question. He also commented on former Vice President Joe Biden’s ranking in the polls.
- We opened the lines again, this time to ask our listeners about what they would grab in a hypothetical life or death emergency.