Wisconsin Planned Parenthood Bombed

    Flags fly near a sign at Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region Wednesday, June 2, 2004 in St. Louis. Abortion providers like Planned Parenthood say the 24 hour waiting period mandated by the Missouri Legislature could result in delays for women seeking abortions well beyond a day. There are three Planned Parenthood Clinics in Missouri that provide abortions. (AP Photo/James A. Finley)

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    A homemade bomb set off a small fire outside a Wisconsin Planned Parenthood office Monday. The small jury-rigged explosive went off on a windowsill and set off alarms when it burst into flames, but caused no reported injuries. The clinic in Grand Chute was closed after the incident and is reportedly one of the three of Wisconsin’s 27 Planned Parenthood centers that provide abortion services. “Rest assured, our doors will remain open for the thousands of women who rely on Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin each year for high quality health care,” Teri Huyck, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, told reporters.

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