Tuesday, 07 June 2022 14:04

Massachusetts Auto Shops Push for Ruling in 'Right to Repair' Lawsuit

Written by Christian M. Wade, The Eagle-Tribune

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More than 18 months after Massachusetts voters soundly approved an update to the state’s “right to repair” law, the changes have yet to go into effect.

That’s because a lawsuit filed by automakers to block the law has been grinding on in a U.S. District Court in Boston amid a mountain of legal filings and several delays in a ruling in the case, which seeks to undo the voter-approved changes.


In a new legal brief, lawyers representing the Massachusetts Right to Repair Coalition call for a “prompt decision” in the case and accuse automakers of using “delay tactics in order to avoid and prevent the implementation of right to repair laws.”


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