Livestrong exec: Armstrong wasn't asked to leave
CHICAGO (AP) — An executive vice president of a cancer charity founded by Lance Armstrong says the cyclist wasn't formally asked to resign after admitting the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
Andy Miller told The Associated Press on Thursday it wasn't clear there was even a provision in Livestrong's bylaws to ask the founder to leave.
Armstrong resigned as chairman in October shortly after a report detailed his use of the banned drugs.
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