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Clifton “Chip” Woodrum represented Roanoke in the House of Delegates for almost 25 years.
Tuesday, September 10, 2013
The Virginia Coalition for Open Government has created a legislative internship in honor of the late Clifton “Chip” Woodrum, a former legislator from Roanoke who was a staunch supporter of the public’s right to observe the workings of government.
The Chip Woodrum Legislative Internship will allow a college student to gain hands-on experience during the Virginia General Assembly.
Woodrum, a Democrat who served in the House of Delegates from 1980 until his retirement in 2003, died in February.
He was instrumental in creating the 1998 legislative joint subcommittee to study the Freedom of Information Act.
For more information, visit www.opengovva.org/chip-internship.