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Hey there. Here are the major right to repair stories in the 05/28/2021 edition:
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Letter: Legislators, vote no on 'right to repair'

Legislators, vote no on 'right to repair'. As a small business owner I recognize that close to half of the land in Delaware is used for agriculture production ...
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Why farmers should have the right to repair their tractors

A blog post from the National Farmers Union's Hannah Packman explains why farmers should not be penalised for repairing essential farm equipment.
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Tesla, TSLA & the Investment World: the Perpetual Investors' Roundtable

Linus is a Tesla hater and bought a volt due to Tesla having DLC like acceleration boosts and no right to repair. However he bought his parent a Tesla ...
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Smashing Security podcast #229: Dating leaks, right to repair, and a stinky bishop

A big cheese ends up in jail, a Japanese dating site spills the dirt after a hack, and we learn all about the right to repair. All this and much much more is ...
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Of course repairing the new Apple TV remote is harder than simply unscrewing it

Repairing the first-generation Siri wand was similarly a whole entire thing. Apple is also notorious for lobbying against right-to-repair legislation, has ...
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Automotive Hall Of Fame announces Distinguished Service Citation, Industry Influencer awardees

... advocated right to repair legislation. •Jay Leno, who is capturing generations of automotive enthusiasts through his passion for all things automotive.
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Monopolists are winning the repair wars

In 2018, dozens of states introduced Right to Repair bills. These bills are wildly popular among voters, but wildly unpopular among monopolists ...
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Judge puts hold on Kim Janey's firing of Dennis White

Carter wrote the allegations of domestic violence against White “are false” and he has a right to “repair his reputation.” This is a developing story …
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Paul F. Roberts, Founder, SecuRepairs
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