Environmentalists push California lawmakers to pass “Right to Repair” Act

Environmentalists push California lawmakers to pass “Right to Repair” Act

Environmentalists want consumers and repair technicians to have access to materials to maintain modern electronics.

Environmentalists push California lawmakers to pass “Right to Repair” Act

Environmentalists want consumers and repair technicians to have access to materials to maintain modern electronics.

OKAY, ASHLEY, THANK YOU. ENVIRONMENTALISTS IN CALIFORNIA ARE CALLING ON LAWMAKERS TO PASS THE RIGHT TO REPAIR ACT. THE WEST STEPS LOOK LIKE AN E-WASTE RECYCLING FACILITY TODAY WITH BROKEN PHONES, COMPUTERS AND OTHER ELECTRONICS STREWN ABOUT. THE DEMONSTRATION WAS TO SUPPORT A BILL TO ENSURE THAT CONSUMERS AND REPAIR TECHNICIANS INS ARE ABLE TO GET THE NECESSARY MATERIALS TO MAINTAIN MODERN ELECTRONICS. MOST OF THE TIME IT’S SO MUCH CHEAPER TO PRODUCE ELECTRONICS THAN TO REPAIR THEM. SO SOME THING AS SIMPLE AS REPAIRING A PHONE SCREEN OR A LAPTOP SCREEN CAN BE AS EXPENSIVE AS JUST BUYING AN ENTIRE NEW ONE. SO WE’RE TRYING TO ADVOCATE TO THE RIGHT TO REPAI

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Environmentalists push California lawmakers to pass “Right to Repair” Act

Environmentalists want consumers and repair technicians to have access to materials to maintain modern electronics.

Environmentalists want consumers and repair technicians to have access to materials to maintain modern electronics. They were at the California state Capitol pushing lawmakers to pass the “Right to Repair” Act. See more in the video above.

SACRAMENTO, Calif. —

Environmentalists want consumers and repair technicians to have access to materials to maintain modern electronics.

They were at the California state Capitol pushing lawmakers to pass the “Right to Repair” Act.

See more in the video above.

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