Congressman Jackson puts Washington home on market
CHICAGO (AP) — Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. is selling his Washington house, in part, to help pay for health care costs.
A statement from Jackson spokesman Rick Bryant says that the congressman and his wife are "grappling with soaring healthcare costs and are selling their residence to help defray costs of their obligations."
Jackson has been on medical leave for months and is being treated for bipolar disorder. Part of his treatment included hospitalization for weeks at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn.
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