Gov. John Hickenlooper Signs Amendment Abolishing Slavery In ColoradoGov. John Hickenlooper signed Amendment A into law on Wednesday, abolishing slavery in Colorado. Voters approved the amendment in November.
Amendment A Gets Approved, Slavery Now Abolished In ColoradoColorado voters have approved changing the language in the state constitution so that it no longer allows slavery as a form of punishment.
Colorado Voters Will Get A Second Chance Next Month To Abolish SlaveryNext month, Colorado will vote on changing the language in its state constitution so that it no longer allows slavery as a form of punishment. Slavery is technically -- technically -- still legal in many states.
Several Southern States Observing Confederate Memorial DaySome Southern states still claim the holiday, while others have tried to temper the day's problematic past.
Reference To Slavery Will Remain In Colorado ConstitutionA reference to slavery will remain in Colorado's constitution.
Vote To Remove Slavery Reference Tight In ColoradoThe vote on whether to amend the Colorado constitution to remove a reference to slavery as a punishment for a criminal conviction is tight but not all counties have reported their results yet.
Faith Leaders Want To Update Archaic Language In Colorado ConstitutionOn Monday at the Colorado state Capitol a resolution was introduced to change some archaic language in the state constitution.
Moody: '12 Years A Slave' Necessary To SeeThe new film "12 Years a Slave" is a searing true story that may not be comfortable to watch, but is necessary to see, according to CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody.
Truckers Against Trafficking Program Aims To Curb 'Modern Day Slavery'Truck drivers are now joining in the fight to stop human trafficking.
Music Of Slavery Finds New Life In DenverA Colorado project led by Dr. Arthur Jones at the University of Denver is preserving the history and power of spirituals, the songs of enslaved African Americans.