Democratic leaders in the U.S. House are split on whether Illinois Congressman Jesse Jackson Jr. should release more information on his health. Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi urged people on Wednesday to wait for Jackson to speak.
But Minority Whip Steny Hoyer wants the Chicago Democrat's family to let his constituents know what is going on.
Jackson's office has denied a report saying he was getting drug and alcohol treatment in Arizona. It's not known when more information on his condition will be released. His wife says she's been talking to Jackson Jr.'s doctors and hopes more information will come out soon.