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W&M board member convicted of public intoxication resigns (access required)

WILLIAMSBURG — A College of William & Mary Board of Visitors member convicted of public intoxication has resigned. Laura L. Flippin, a Northern Virginia lawyer, told Gov. McDonnell in her resignation letter that she was stepping down to avoid distraction from the college’s mission. She also said she was resigning out of “respect and concern for ...

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