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Barnett angered by backdown on green tape

Prime Minister Julia Gillard says she wasn't willing to hand environmental approval powers to the states for fear it would create a "dalmatian dog" of legal risk and uncertainty for business.

The federal government today backed away from its earlier plan aimed at cutting "green tape" for major projects, angering state leaders, but pleasing conservationists who fought tooth and nail against the idea.

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