In partnership with repair.org and several Minnesota organizations, Reuse Minnesota is partnering with several organizations to lead the grassroots effort to move digital Right to Repair legislation forward in the state. If passed, it would require manufacturers of electronic devices, appliances, and machinery to make the information, parts, and tools necessary for repairs available to individuals and independent repair shops.
2021-2022 legislative session
Minnesota House: HF1156: Digital Fair Repair
- Tuesday, February 22 - Hearing in House Judiciary Finance and Civil Law (recording). Reuse Minnesota submitted a letter of support and provided verbal testimony. Bill was passed out of committee and referred to the general register.
- Wednesday, February 2 - Hearing in House Commerce Finance and Policy Committee (recording). Reuse Minnesota submitted a letter of support. Bill was passed out of committee and referred to House Judiciary Finance and Civil Law.
Past legislative sessions
A summary of activities can be found here.