The First Minister is calling for a wide range of new powers to be devolved to the Welsh Government.
Control over policing, and speed and drink and drive limits are some of the additional powers.
They've been listed in a Welsh Government submission to Westminster as ministers there decide on the future shape of devolution.
They also want more discussion between the two governments over who has the final say on large scale non-nuclear energy projects and a wide range of other functions. Our political reporter Owain Phillips has been looking at what's on the First Minister's shopping list.
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