Ald. Sandi Jackson, 7th, spoke to reporters June 27 but provided little information about the condition or whereabouts of her husband, Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., whose office disclosed June 25 that the Democratic congressman had been on medical leave since June 10. He was later diagnosed with bipolar depression and resigned from Congress after winning re-election in November. Go here to read the story.
Antonio Perez, Chicago Tribune
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