A sign in support of Planned Parenthood stands just south of the clinic as police investigators gather evidence Sunday near the scene of Friday's shooting at the clinic in northwest Colorado Springs, Colo. Bulletproof glass and armed security are nothing new at medical clinics that provide abortions. But in the wake of a deadly shooting last week at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado, clinics nationwide are redoubling security efforts, checking surveillance cameras and reviewing evacuation plans.
A sign in support of Planned Parenthood stands just south of the clinic as police investigators gather evidence Sunday near the scene of Friday's shooting at the clinic in northwest Colorado Springs, Colo. Bulletproof glass and armed security are nothing new at medical clinics that provide abortions. But in the wake of a deadly shooting last week at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado, clinics nationwide are redoubling security efforts, checking surveillance cameras and reviewing evacuation plans. David Zalubowski Associated Press
A sign in support of Planned Parenthood stands just south of the clinic as police investigators gather evidence Sunday near the scene of Friday's shooting at the clinic in northwest Colorado Springs, Colo. Bulletproof glass and armed security are nothing new at medical clinics that provide abortions. But in the wake of a deadly shooting last week at a Planned Parenthood clinic in Colorado, clinics nationwide are redoubling security efforts, checking surveillance cameras and reviewing evacuation plans. David Zalubowski Associated Press

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