Small bomb explodes outside Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin

Police are trying to find out who planted a small explosive outside a clinic in Grand Chute in eastern Wisconsin. The bomb detonated and damaged an exam room but no one was hurt, Green Bay's NBC 26 reports.
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Police are trying to find out who planted a small explosive outside a clinic in Grand Chute in eastern Wisconsin. The bomb detonated and damaged an exam room but no one was hurt.

NBC 26 in Green Bay reports:

Talking Points Memo says the FBI is investigating.

You can read more at the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

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