Right To Repair

Joint resolution for repairability score passes Colorado legislature

Colorado's "super comment" comes as the Federal Trade Commission is asking for feedback on what they can do to support repair on a state level.

Alec Meltzer | TPIN

The Colorado Senate joined the Colorado House in passing a joint resolution calling for a national Right to Repair score system for our tech.

The resolution will be sent to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), which has opened up a public comment period until February 2 asking for feedback on how they can help states improve and foster repair.

Repair scores for tech such as laptops, phones, and appliances provide consumers with a 1 through 10 score that measures availability of spare parts, ease of disassembly, and longevity of support.

You can read more about how this “super comment” from Colorado can lead to a national repairability score for our stuff here.

What is a repair score and why did Colorado just pass a resolution calling for one?

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