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What does CARE stand for?

CARE stands for Coalition for Auto Repair Equality


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27, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "The Maryland House Economic Matters Committee and the Maryland Senate Finance Committee are considering two, very similar bills that have the potential of harming lower income motorists" stated Sandy Bass-Cors, executive director, The Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE).
As of June 30, the Aftermarket Automotive Industry Association and the Coalition for Auto Repair Equality - the two major right to repair funders - had spent more than $895,500 in general lobbying expenses in the state this year, according to the Massachusetts secretary of state's office.
Members of this diverse roster included, among others: Advocates for Auto and Highway Safety, American Insurance Association, Automotive Aftermarket Industry Association, Automotive Body Parts Association, Center for Auto Safety, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers Union, National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies, Property Casualty Insurers Association of America, Public Citizen, Quality Parts Coalition, and the Coalition for Auto Repair Equality.
Now that Right to Repair is a reality in Massachusetts, it is time for a national Right to Repair law to ensure that all repair information is equally available to every automotive repair facility so car owners throughout the country can choose where and by whom their vehicles are repaired," said Sandy Bass-Cors, executive director of the Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE).
1, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- "During this Olympic week, Massachusetts legislators made its Commonwealth the Gold Standard for other states and Congress to follow by becoming the first state to pass the historic Right to Repair Act," stated Sandy Bass-Cors, executive director for The Coalition for Auto Repair Equality (CARE).