Both Sides Urge To Skip Vote On ‘Right To Repair’
BOSTON (CBS) – It’s rare for both sides of an issue to take the same position.
But that’s exactly what’s happened with Question One on the Massachusetts ballot: the so-called “Right to Repair” bill.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Carl Stevens reports
Ads are running that urge voters to ignore the ballot question on the November ballot question.
It’s because the ballot questions were printed in early July, right before lawmakers managed to pass a compromise bill on the Right to Repair.
If the ballot measure passes, which is expected, it’s likely that lawmakers will have to amend it to match what they’ve already passed.