When Surya Raghavendran dropped his iPhone, he learned to repair it himself. Now he wants to protect that right for everyone in his home state of Michigan.
Farmers across the country are fighting John Deere's repair monopoly—and winning.
Apple wants iPhone repair to be "fairly priced and accessible" but says it needs to control access to the market.
"They have decided to be nicer to consumers in order to stop them from demanding their right to repair."
New Jersey will push to make fixing your gadgets easier.
Behind the scenes, Apple is trying to kill legislation that would make it easier for normal people to fix iPhones.
Apple's secret iPhone calibration machine and its Touch ID sensor will allow it to monopolize the repair industry.
Lawmakers choose the interests of megacorporations over the interests of their constituents.
The video game industry has been a particularly notable enemy of fair repair.