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Jesse Jackson Jr. Update: Congressman Undergoing Treatment for “More Serious” Ailments

Jesse Jackson Jr.’s office has revealed the Democratic Chicago congressman is struggling with ‘physical and emotional ailments’ worse than originally believed. Jackson, 47, who was first elected to office in 1995, took a medical leave June 10th to be treated for what a spokesman at the time said was “exhaustion,” but his office did not [...] Jesse Jackson Jr. Update: Congressman Underg
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