A small, homemade bomb exploded outside a Planned Parenthood office in Wisconsin on Sunday night, prompting federal and local investigators to launch a hunt for the person who put it there.
The attack took place at about 7:30 p.m. local time in Wisconsin, causing a small amount of damage to the building in the town of Grand Chute, about 30 miles southwest of Green Bay. No one was injured.
Teri Huyck, President of Planned Parenthood Wisconsin, released a statement saying that the clinic will remain open despite the attack, and the FBI has confirmed that they are joining the investigation.
Rick Santorum also released a statement condemning the attacks, which read in part:
While we can and should work to defund Planned Parenthood and push back against government mandates that force Americans and religious institutions to violate their faith, violence against our fellow citizens has no place in a freedom-loving America.
It should be noted that news of this attack comes just one day before the Wisconsin primary elections.