Today on Boston Public Radio:

— We opened lines to ask listeners: do you feel guilty going to grocery stores and putting clerks at risk?

— MIT economist Jon Gruber explained why he believes the stimulus package’s $100 billion for hospitals won’t be enough.

— CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem discussed the recent string of inspector general firings by President Trump, and the resignation of Navy Secretary Thomas Moldy.

— Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed proposals for how hospitals will ration care under the stress of the current pandemic, and troubling racial disparities in COVID-19 deaths.

— Cannabis reporter Dan Adams explained why many recreational pot shops are at risk of shutting down for good, and discussed his reporting on the mutual aid groups springing up around the state to help people in need.

— WGBH Arts Editor Jared Bowen discussed how various theater companies are adapting to social-distancing, uploading shows online and offering opportunities to talk one-on-one with actors over the phone.

— We opened our lines to talk with listeners about the end of Bernie Sanders' presidential bid.