(St. Paul, MN) — Fixing your cellphone or any other digital device could get cheaper and easier under proposed legislation in Minnesota. The Right To Repair Act is part of a big commerce bill being considered in a conference committee. It would require manufacturers to make tools, parts, and documentation available to independent repair shops. Proponents say it would allow a consumer to keep a device such as a cellphone longer and it would be environmentally friendly.
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