Supporters of Question 1 — commonly known as the “right to repair” measure have a legitimate concern about guaranteeing consumers’ access to the information needed to fix their cars. They used the threat of a ballot initiative to force state lawmakers to act on the issue. Having largely prevailed, though, they have no good reason to urge approval now of a ballot question on a matter best left to lawmakers. Voters should just skip the question.
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