Maine Representative Lydia Crafts

Lydia Crafts
Maine Representative

“For too long, U.S. consumers have been left in the dark on the repairability of the electronic goods they purchase. People are asking for transparency to help them make wise spending decisions and the repairability scores give them that opportunity. Regular people want to know what they’re buying and if they can fix it when it breaks. A voluntary repair index puts decision-making power back in the hands of consumers and offers a much-needed level of transparency for the general public.”


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