Ag groups hope other states will follow suit in Colorado’s right-to-repair bill

On the heels of Colorado lawmakers passing the country’s first state ag right-to-repair bill, the National Farmers Union is applauding the move and hopes it means there is more to come.

“Getting this legislation passed at the state level that we hope can continue to move the conversation forward in other states and eventually lead to a national level solution because we absolutely do want all farmers to have this right,” said Aaron Shier, NFU Government Relations Director.

The NFU says it feels there is a real fairness issue in agriculture and this is one way to help solve that.

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