Uranium projects avoid state ban

The state government has been condemned by conservation groups for allowing four uranium projects with existing approvals to be developed.


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Perhaps before attacking the McGowan government for: "the many people, communities, traditional owners, trade unions, churches, and environment groups who placed their faith in Labor to keep WA uranium free", those expressing their outrage should provide some facts regarding the potential legal cost of reversing already approved mining rights and what these costs would mean for a cash-strapped state government.

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