28 State and U.S. Territory AGs Urge Congress to Pass Right-to-Repair Law
A bipartisan group of State and U.S. Territory Attorneys General signed a letter urging Congress to pass “Right-to-Repair” legislation. Addressed to the chair and ranking member of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation and the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee, the letter specifies that the law should cover automobiles, agricultural equipment, and digital electronic equipment. The authors of the letter noted that three bills – The Fair Repair Act, The SMART Act, and the REPAIR Act – were all introduced during the last Congressional session, but none of them received a vote.