Governor Hochul: Tear Down That Wall To Repair!

It has been more than four months since the New York legislature passed the Digital Fair Repair Act with a veto proof majority in the Senate and a near unanimous vote (145-2) in the New York Assembly. It’s time the governor signed it into law. 

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Fight to Repair Daily: Friday October 28, 2022

Fight to Repair moving to weekly emails Starting next week, we will be changing from the Fight to Repair Daily…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Wednesday October 12, 2022

Stellantis sets $2B target for Circular Economy BU Stellantis, the parent company of Jeep, Dodge, Maserati and Peugeot, said that…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Monday October 10 2022

Fixing my Sony WH-1000XM3 convinced me of the right to repair A few months back, my Sony WH-1000XM3 battery died…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Friday, October 7 2022

Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, The Fight to Repair Daily brings you news from the front lines of the global…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Wednesday, October 5, 2022

Each Monday, Wednesday and Friday, The Fight to Repair Daily brings you news from the front lines of the global…

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At FixFest: Growing a Movement Post-Pandemic

Brussels, Belgium – Attendees at FixFest, an annual gathering of repair advocates, discussed ways to rebuild momentum in the wake…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Friday, September 30, 2022

North Carolina lawmakers hold hearing about right-to-repair issues with farm equipment Farm equipment dealers, farmers, lawmakers and others testified on…

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Fight to Repair is at FixFest 2022!

Fight to Repair Newsletter is attending FixFest, an annual event that is now in its fifth year (with a break…

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Fight to Repair Daily: Wednesday, September 28, 2022

Teardown: Apple Watch Ultra: Beautiful, Rugged, and…Repairable? While Apple made a big deal of features like a long-awaited Action Button,…

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