Jesse Jackson Jr. submits letter of resignation
Published 11/21/2012, Associated Press
CHICAGO (AP) -- Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr., a once-rising political star who has been on a months-long mysterious medical leave for bipolar disorder while facing separate federal investigations, has resigned from Congress, a spokesman for House Speaker John Boehner said Wednesday.Word count: 600
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