Right to repair

Keep Right to Repair rolling

U.S. PIRG's Nathan Proctor speaks at a press conference.
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U.S. PIRG's Nathan Proctor speaks at a press conference about Massachusetts' Right to Repair law, joined by MASSPIRG's Janet Domenitz and U.S. PIRG's Kevin O'Reilly.

Right to Repair has been making significant gains — especially with the new laws we have won.

This progress isn’t by accident. We’ve scaled up our campaign work over the last two years to allow us to work in more states, do more at the national level, and engage directly with companies and through shareholder campaigns.

This next year will be critical.

We want to lock in our gains with strong new laws. We want to stop Apple and other companies from using parts-pairing to restrict repair. We are working to support biomeds and professional medical device repair technicians.

And right now, frankly, I don’t have the resources I need to run this campaign. We have momentum now, but to take advantage of that, I need the funding to staff our campaign across the country.

Will you donate today to help keep our work going strong?