First Minister Carwyn Jones has unveiled plans to introduce a minimum price for alcohol as part of his government's legislative priorities for the year ahead.
In the first of five Bills, the Welsh Government plans to introduce legislation that would make it illegal for for alcohol to be sold below a set price.
The Public Health Bill will propose a formula for calculating the minimum price for alcohol, based on strength and volume.
The Welsh Government also plans to reduce up-front fees for those renting in the private sector and introduce a bill to fulfill it's pledge to provide up to 30 hours of free childcare a week for working parents of three and four year olds.
The British Medical Association in Wales welcomed the move by the Welsh Government.
Plans were also unveiled to reform local government and social housing in Wales.