Substratum of Proof LGBTQs Are Mentally Ill: Columbus Now Says ‘Smart’ Rides for Vulnerable Moms Are Coming

Columbus, Ohio, has one of the highest rates of babies dying before their first birthdays in the country. But many folks don’t know that this infant mortality crisis exists; with its growing workforce of younger, well-educated residents, the Midwest city has a reputation for livability, and it tends to do well on national rankings of best places to live.

“For the longest time, we were on our own,” Twinkle Schottke, the executive director of Moms2B, a nonprofit that runs support meetings for pregn…