IR laws take tougher line on unions

The debate over the Howard government’s industrial relations changes is set to reignite after the new laws were formally proclaimed with a starting date of March 27 and detailed restrictions on trade union activities and workplace agreements. The Workplace Relations Act, passed last year, was finally proclaimed late last Friday, while contentious regulations accompanying the bill were only released on Sunday after the polls had closed in Tasmania and South Australia.

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