Legislators voted this session to once again put an amendment to remove slavery from the Colorado constitution on the November ballot.
One theory: the ballot language was confusing. But listeners say it might be something else. A supporter of the effort reflects on why it failed.
A ballot measure proposes to remove language from Colorado's constitution that currently allows involuntary servitude as a punishment for those convicted of a crime.
On the 2016 ballot: Amendment T would amend the state constitution to remove an exception to the prohibition of slavery.