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Right to Repair

Reuse Minnesota is a proud member of the Minnesota Fair Repair coalition. We support 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. 

Right to Repair supporters

Alta Technologies

Association of Recycling Managers (ARM)

Environment Minnesota

Eureka Recycling

Land Stewardship Project (LSP)

Minnesota Farmers Union

Minnesota Tech for Success

Partnership on Waste and Energy (PWE)


Reuse Minnesota

Solid Waste Administrators Association (SWAA)

Tech Fixers

The Repair Association (


Vibrant Technologies, Inc.

World Data Products, Inc.

2023 legislative session

We are excited to be moving forward with Right to Repair (Fair Repair) legislation again this legislative session. This page will provide updates as the bills move forward.


HF1337 was introduced on February 6, 2023. Chief author is Rep. Fischer, and there are currently 18 co-authors.

SF1598 was introduced on February 13, 2023. Chief author is Sen. Kupec, and there are currently 3 co-authors. 

Right to Repair 101

Reuse Minnesota hosted an informational session on January 12. 

Past legislative sessions

A summary of activities can be found here

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Reuse Minnesota was founded in 2012 and is a member-based nonprofit that supports repair, resale, and rental businesses, bringing visibility to the reuse sector as a means to lower our state's impact on the environment.

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