News Release

CoPIRG highlights free online resources consumers can use to fix their stuff at home

Webinar with Reps Titone and Singer focus on policy options
For Immediate Release

CoPIRG, Representative Brianna Titone, and Representative Jonathan Singer will host a webinar to give consumers resources they can use to fix the broken stuff they have at home and talk about Right to Repair, a policy reflected in HB20-1195 the Consumer Digital Repair Bill of Rights, which Representative Titone and Representative Singer sponsored this legislative session.

“Fixing your stuff saves money and helps the planet. Especially during COVID, it’s important for people to know there are free resources you can use to fix your stuff at home so you can save money and fix your stuff while social distancing.” said Allison Conwell, Advocate with CoPIRG.

To find free repair guides for anything from computers to cars to jackets, visit

If you find you need extra help fixing your broken things, register for a free virtual U-Fix-It Clinic here.   

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