Colorado works to relax mandated Pledge bill

01/14/2004 | Denver Rocky Mountain News

Following a judge's ruling last summer that mandating the Pledge of Allegiance violated free-speech rights, the Colorado House State Affairs Committee has voted to require only "willing" students and teachers to recite it. The ACLU, which challenged the original legislation, says it believes the change will make the Pledge bill constitutional.

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