A bill to secure the right to repair equipment was heard in the Minnesota House Agriculture Committee. Ranking Member Paul Anderson is concerned about some aspects of the bill. “It lumps fixing your cell phone in with fixing a $500,000 combine.” The bill would also require dealers to sell parts at a reasonable cost or at cost. “I just don’t think it’s up to government to be telling anyone what they have to set a price for when they sell their products.”
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