Jackson Jr. Staying In D.C. As Resignation From Congress Made Official
Congress is back in session following its Thanksgiving break, and Jesse Jackson Jr. is officially out, after his resignation letter was read on the House floor. CBS 2 Chief Correspondent Jay Levine has exclusive details on where Jackson's been, where he is now, and why there could be another Jackson on the ballot to replace him.
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