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Michigan themed bookmarks for your studentsPosted July 24th 2018
The intent of this Citizen's Guide is to provide some of the specific information needed to get in touch with the right people at the right time to make your concerns heard. It is hoped that it will be a reference tool that will assist you in your efforts to be heard by public officials.Posted September 16th 2017
Michigan Department of Transportation's page with downloadable transportation and construction zone maps.Posted September 12th 2017
An overview of Michigan's involvement in the Civil War.Posted October 10th 2015
For high school students and interested citizens. How do people legislate laws to govern themselves? How does an idea become a bill? What happens in the legislative process? In addition to lawmaking, what other responsibilities does the Legislature have? Answers to these and other questions are presented in this informative publication.Posted May 16th 2015
For younger Michiganians in grades 2 to 4. An informative coloring book for kids, it gives interesting tidbits about Michigan's history, colorful folklore, and state symbols. Posted May 19th 2013
This booklet contains the text of the Constitution of the United States with all amendments, as well as the Declaration of Independence.Posted April 1st 2011
Michigan's Constitution and all amendments.Posted April 10th 2010