How Wales' law-making system works

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On 3 March, Wales will be voting in the referendum on extra powers for the National Assembly.

Currently, the assembly can make laws in areas which have been devolved, such as health and education, but those measures can only be introduced with the consent of parliament.

BBC Wales political reporter Carl Roberts explains how the current system involving politicians in Cardiff and Westiminster is working.

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