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Uranium firm considers Aust withdrawal

Premier Alan Carpenter's election pledge to legislate a uranium ban may cost the country some $200 million in investment as one Canadian company considers a withdrawal from its Australian assets.

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Lets not forget Hawke and keeting it will be the "Carbon Tax we had to have" step 1- you don't allow Uranium mining and Nuclear Energy step 2 You cause carbon emmissions step 3 You tax the emmissions and we are back to early 90's

Further proof that like the Federal Labor party with it carbon emissions scheme, the WA State party with its proposed ban on uranium mining is economically irresponsible. It would appear that to those in governement office, a moral stance is preferable to a strong economy and jobs for the people. Have no doubt that with Labor wall to wall at State level and Federally, this country with Rudd and Swan, is headed for the same disaster that has befallen Britain with Blair and Brown.

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\"Alan Carpenter and I have a vision to make Albany the first city in Australia powered 100% by renewable energy\" - the I being Peter Watson (Labor Candidate for Albany 2008). For more insights into the energy debate download our discussion paper http://www.smithsonplanning.com.au/R2000PeakOilGasNuclearPower.pdf which also forms our submission to the current Senate Select Committee inquiry into Fuel & Energy.

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