'Right to Repair' ballot issue remains contested in Massachusetts

Proponents and opponents spend $2 million over law, despite compromise measure already passed.


Groups on both sides of the so-called "right to repair" ballot question have spent a combined $1.98 million as the debate over the auto repair law continues in the final weeks before Election Day, even after the state legislature passed a compromise bill this summer, according to www.goworcester.com in Worcester, Mass. For the full story, click here

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