Utah and Nebraska voted to cut language authorizes slavery as criminal punishment from their state constitutions

Utah and Nebraska voted to cut language that authorizes slavery as a criminal punishment from their state constitutions — 150+ years after slavery was abolished.

Campaigners in Utah blamed “corporations using prison labor for cheap labor” as a reason for why it was still there.

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