Rep. Jackson not in attendance at Democratic caucus gathering
(MCT) — WASHINGTON — Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., though released Tuesday from the Mayo Clinic, skipped a well-attended gathering of House Democrats Wednesday while a colleague speculated that Jackson may not return to Congress during the ongoing lame-duck session.
Jackson, 47, who has bipolar disorder, missed the first votes of the lame-duck session Tuesday. The Illinois Democrat has been on medical leave since June, and reportedly is under federal investigation for alleged misuse of campaign funds.
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