Utah Votes To Remove Slavery As Punishment For Crime From Constitution

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Voters in Utah have passed an amendment to remove a provision from the state constitution that allows slavery or involuntary servitude if it is as punishment for a crime. What do you think?

“You know, all the other states should probably do a quick ‘slavery’ scan of their constitutions.”

Tom Musso • Fish Handler

“Hopefully, this will lead to slavery one day being outlawed at the federal level.”

Clyde Boucher • Unemployed


“I sure hope Utahans are ready to experience a massive crime wave.”

Tina Shepherd • Corporate Chiropractor