Byline: Roger Lewis
What is the most important reason to vote 'Yes' on May 3? PEOPLE in every corner of our country are coming together to unite behind a simple principle. We believe laws that only apply in Wales, should be made in Wales. That's what this campaign is all about.
People from all parties, and more importantly, people who are not involved in politics are putting aside their differences to come together to secure a 'Yes' vote. This is the first time all four party leaders in Wales have ever done that in a referendum.
As my colleague Carolyn Hitt recently wrote in this newspaper, what unites us across the political spectrum, from all parties and none, is the "perfectly reasonable, desirable and blindingly obvious goal of having laws that only apply in Wales made in Wales."
If there's a 'Yes' vote, the areas over which the Assembly has responsibility will not change, but the way our AMs can make laws will be speeded up and made more efficient.
At the moment our National Assembly has to ask permission from Whitehall Civil Servants, unelected members of the House of Lords and MPs - including those from outside Wales - every time it wants to pass a new law. If there's a 'Yes' vote on March 3rd …