An explosive was detonated at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Wisconsin. Republicans denounced the attack but continued to call for defunding Planned Parenthood. Salon's Joan Walsh and The Progressive's Ruth Conniff join Ed Schultz to discuss how the Republicans are hurting their electoral prospects by opposing women's health care rights (Apr. 2, 2012).
Police have arrested a suspect in the bombing of a Planned Parenthood clinic in eastern Wisconsin that Ed told us about on last night's show.
Grand Chute police said the suspect, identified from a clinic security video, was arrested last night and is being held on a probation warrant. He has not been charged.
A small fire broke out at the clinic in Grand Chute on Sunday when the homemade bomb exploded, causing minimal damage to an exam room. No one was inside the clinic, which reopened today.
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin CEO Teri Huyck thanked police for the quick arrest.
Meantime in Florida, there's still no arrest in the Feb. 26 shooting death of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin (just sayin').