One Good Turn Deserves Ignoring 

As an infant in 1944, Mitch McConnell was stricken with polio. He and his mother were given assistance by the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, to help him recover and lead a life nearly free of after-effects. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis eventually became the March of Dimes, and seven decades later it’s still working to improve the health of mothers and babies.

And yet in 2017, now-Senate Majority Leader has opted not to meet with representatives from the March of Dimes who wish to discuss his proposed changes to healthcare.