Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. is diagnosed with bipolar depression
CHICAGO (MCT) — The Mayo Clinic on Monday announced that U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. suffers from bipolar disorder, the clearest indication so far on what’s kept the veteran lawmaker on medical leave and out of the public eye for more than two months.
But neither Jackson’s family, staff members nor the clinic would discuss a timetable on the Illinois congressman’s return to work or specifics of his treatment. Jackson, 47, is up for re-election Nov. 6.
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