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Congressman Jackson leaves clinic amid reports of resignation talks (Yahoo)

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Post Congressman Jackson leaves clinic amid reports of resignation talks (Yahoo)

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. has left the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, where he has been treated for bipolar disorder, a spokesman for the clinic said on Tuesday. The news follows media reports that Jackson has hired a lawyer to handle negotiations with the federal government on a possible plea deal to settle allegations he misused campaign funds. The plea ...


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