(ABC News) -- The Federal Government's bid to set up national laws
for workplace safety is in doubt, with Western Australia saying it
is unlikely to agree.
A draft version of the new national occupational health and safety
laws is expected to be released today.
Deputy Prime Minister Julia Gillard is meeting state and territory
ministers, including a concerned Troy Buswell from Western
He is refusing to sign up to the laws because he thinks they give
unions too much power.
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