It is a typical day at the Planned Parenthood clinic on South Street, in Lincoln, Nebraska.

The anti-abortion protesters are praying silently next to the gated driveway into the clinic. A leaf blower stands ready to drown them out if they start shouting at patients. The rooftop sprinkler system is set to douse any incoming Molotov cocktails.

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