Many Agree on Common Sense Carve Outs

The Columbian

This week, the Columbian Editorial Board opined on the issue of “right to repair” arguing that “Congress is needed to advance the growing “right-to-repair” movement” and that “Lawmakers should enhance the ability of consumers to repair kitchen appliances or tractors or their cars.”

Notably, in their commentary they agree with the premise that giving widespread repair information to anyone on “intricate medical equipment” could be a matter of life and death in some cases.

They conclude that “Congress should be able to carve out reasonable exceptions as members consider legislation.”

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