States rise up against Canberra's thumb

As the states join hands to circumvent Canberra's construction and OHS imposts among other burdens, the balance of political power in Australia is shifting.

The states are filling the Canberra vacuum and are coming back as a major force in Australian strategic policy making.

And so, at last, the premiers of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland are talking regularly together and out of those discussions is coming much better policy than the Canberra bureaucrats and ministers dream up.

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