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Dawn Laguens: Why are people targeting schools, theaters, and health centers?

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Dawn Laguens is the executive vice president of Planned Parenthood. Laguens spoke with TODAY’s Craig Melvin about the recent attack on a Planned Parenthood in Colorado that left three people dead.