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Nebraska farmers vote overwhelmingly for Right to Repair

By | Nathan Proctor
Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair

Delegates of the Nebraska Farm Bureau, which represents 58,000 member families, voted 176-1 to formally endorse the right of its constituents to repair the products they own, and set strong standards for any legislation or agreement with equipment manufacturers. 

Massachusetts Coalition Calls on State to Switch to Electric Buses

By | Matt Casale
Director, 21st Century Transportation Campaign

Along with the Zero Emission Bus Coalition -- a collective of environmental, transit, labor, community, and public health organizations dedicated to accelerating the electrification of public transit - we delivered this letter to Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker, Secretary of Transportation Stephanie Pollack and the Chairman of the MBTA’s Fiscal Management and Control Board, Joseph Aiello calling for a clear commitment to transition the MBTA to all-electric buses. 

Apple tells Congress that it doesn’t block independent repair. Umm...

By | Nathan Proctor
Director, Campaign for the Right to Repair

Apple responsed to a Congressional inquiry which asked tough question about repair. Their answers underscore why we need the force of Right to Repair reforms in law. 

On the road for the holidays? This restaurant guide is a must have

By | Curtis Morris
Stop the Overuse of Antibiotics, Campaign Associate

Traveling on the road or through airports to get to your holiday destinations? Before you grab a quick bite, use the Chain Reaction scorecard to see which top restaurants are sourcing meat raised without routine antibiotic use. 

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