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"Fear Campaign" Alleged in Vehicle Repair Battle

Rep. Paul McMurtry, who emceed a "Right to Repair" briefing on Wednesday, greeted former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis, a paid consultant to the campaign. [Photo: Sam Doran/SHNS]

Opponents of a proposed ballot question that would require vehicle manufacturers to allow repair shops to access digital information are running a "fear campaign" by alleging that the suggested law would create privacy risks, consultant and former Boston Police Commissioner Ed Davis said Wednesday.

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