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Colorado 'right to repair' bill dies despite public testimony

The Colorado House Business Affairs & Labor committee in March shot down a so-called “right to repair” bill that would have forced companies like Apple to allow users to fix their own devices without voiding warranty.Colorado legislators convened to discuss the proposed law on March 25, reports Vice. Despite a gathering of business leaders, disabled right to repair advocates, and a 9-year-old environmental activist, the bill (PDF link) failed to pass.The bill itself was short on detail, but did paint in broad strokes the rights consumers should have when it comes to repairing purchased equipment. Read more…
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