Jesse Jackson Jr. takes medical leave of absence
CHICAGO (AP) — U.S. Rep. Jesse Jackson is taking a medical leave of absence and is being treated for exhaustion.
The congressman's office made the announcement in a three-sentence statement Monday afternoon. The office did not say how long Jackson would be away. It said his office remain open for constituent services.
Jackson represents Illinois' 2nd District, which includes Chicago's South Side and the city's southern suburbs.
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