You purchased it, you personal it–and which means if it broke, you’ll be able to repair it, proper? Not so quick! Turns out, the greedhead company makers of stuff from iPhones to John Deere tractors have made it unlawful (!) for us customers to repair our *personal stuff* in an effort to bilk us out of much more cash. This Tuesday, July 13 at 7 pm ET, Hightower can be joined on the Chat & Chew by Nathan Proctor of Public Interest Research Group, Willie Cade of Repair.org, and Walter Schweitzer of the Montana Farmers Union– all leaders of the fast-rising Right to Repair client motion. Grab a libation and are available on down!
The Right to Repair Movement
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