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Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.: plans, cancels staff conference call Wednesday

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WASHINGTON--Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr. (D-Ill.)--absent from Congress since June, current whereabouts unknown while being treated for bi-polar disorder with a criminal investigation hanging over him--planned, then canceled--a conference call with his staff on Wednesday.

"I was informed the congressman was going to have a conference call with the staff at 10 a.m. (est)," on Wednesday Jackson spokesman Frank Watkins told the Chicago Sun-Times Tuesday night. A few hours after Watkins was told about it--the call was off, he said.

The Sun-Times story is >HERE.

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