Right to Repair

Alaska’s Digital Right to Repair Act gains bipartisan cosponsorship

Senators Giessel, Bjorkman, and Gray-Jackson become cosponsors of Senator Dunbar's Digital Right to Repair Act

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On March 24th, Senate Majority Leader Cathy Giessel (R) from Anchorage, Senator Bjorkman (R) from the Kenai Peninsula, and Senator Elvi Gray-Jackson (D) from Anchorage became cosponsors of Senator Forrest Dunbar’s (D) Digital Right to Repair Act (SB 112).

This bipartisan support follows patterns seen federally and in other states. People want to be able to fix their own stuff.

The bill has been referred to the Labor and Commerce Committee to start. Senator Bjorkman chairs the committee, and both Senator Gray-Jackson and Senator Dunbar are members.

Let us fix our stuff

Right to repair

Let us fix our stuff

We should give every consumer and every small business access to the parts, tools, and service information they need to repair products by passing Right to Repair reforms.


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