Lawmaking in Wales: How does the process work?

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On 3 March the referendum will be held on whether the Welsh assembly should have more law-making powers.

Delivering a referendum on powers was part of the agreement signed by Labour and Plaid Cymru when they formed the coalition government four years ago.

Campaigning from both the Yes and No camps is likely to intensify in the build-up to the vote on 3 March.

But what powers does theassembly have already and what does more mean in this instance? BBC Wales political editor Betsan Powys explains.

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