Rep. Jackson's wife says the congressman is still 'very depressed' (updated)

Rep. Jesse Jackson, Jr.'s wife spoke to the media for the first time and gave an update on his condition. Jackson, who took a leave of absence in June, is under treatment for depression and related ailments at the Mayo Clinic. CNN: The wife of Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. detailed to a Chicago newspaper her husband's "collapse" and his last two months getting treated for gastrointestinal and mental health issues, saying he's still "very depressed" though showing some progress. Sandi Jackson, an alderwoman in Chicago, talked with the Chicago Sun-Times shortly after returning from visiting her husband at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, with their two children. "What I can tell you is my husband has his good days and bad days, and they are increasing his depression medication to therapeutic levels," Sandi Jackson told the paper. The Illinois Democrat and son of the Rev. Jesse Jackson, the civil rights leader, has not been on Capitol Hill since late May. [...] "Jesse is now...(Read Full Post)