Kirk’s office visit first since stroke
WASHINGTON (AP) – Illinois Sen. Mark Kirk has briefly returned to his Senate office for the first time since suffering a stroke last January.
His office says the Illinois Republican spent about a half hour meeting with aides on Thursday in advance of his anticipated return to work Jan. 3.
The 53-year-old lawmaker’s stroke limited movement on the left side of his body and affected his speech.
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