Colorado is set to become the first state to pass a “right to repair” law, allowing farmers to fix their own machinery by compelling manufacturers to provide them with manuals, tools, parts, and software. Farmers have expressed concerns that manufacturers prevent them from repairing their equipment, causing delays that can damage crops or miss planting windows. Lawmakers in at least 10 other states have introduced similar legislation. Manufacturers have raised concerns about operator safety, the environment, and trade secrets, while supporters argue that farmers are already able to tinker with their machines, and doing so would remain illegal. The “right to repair” campaign applies to a range of products, and President Joe Biden directed the Federal Trade Commission to strengthen its enforcement two years ago.
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