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WA bill would support consumers, small businesses in repairing electronics, appliances

Bellingham businessman first pitched Right to Repair Act in 2017

FIXCO owner Mitch Kramer works with an employee to repair a faulty laptop side by side.
FIXCO owner Mitch Kramer, left, works with his employee to repair a faulty laptop on Wednesday, Jan. 10 at FIXCO Cell Phone Repair and Computer Repair located on Commercial Street in Bellingham. Kramer alternates between working at his front desk and the backroom depending on the task. (Jack Warren/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jemma Alexander News Intern
Repairing products such as iPhones may get easier in Washington state if a bill pitched by a Belling
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