News Roundup: Jackson Jr. Investigation Now Includes Wife
Good morning, Alley readers. Here are the early headlines.
The investigation into Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.'s possible misuse of campaign funds has expanded to include his wife, The Wall Street Journal reports.
An official at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce says he's "hopeful" about the prospects of immigration reform, The Hill reports.
Former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin opines on the fiscal cliff in The New York Times today, saying the "fact that doing nothing is not viable" gives lawmakers an opportunity to address the issue.
Super PACs are transitioning from politics to policy, which means lobbying on the Hill, Roll Call writes.