LEGISLATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Did you ever wonder about how laws are made in Michigan? Can you name our state bird, state tree, and state fossil? Have you read about Johnny Clem, Michigan’s famous Civil War drummer boy? Learn about all of these things and more by reading the publications listed below, created by the Michigan Legislature for Michigan citizens just like you!

Please note: these publications have been prepared by the Michigan Legislature for its citizens and may not be used for reproduction for resale or profit. Many of these booklets contains information of a general nature concerning legal rights, but they are not meant as a substitute for state or federal law or the decisions of courts or public officials or agencies. These are informational guides, intended to aid the reader. If you would like multiple copies of any of these publications please contact your Michigan Representative or Senator
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Michigan State Capitol Art Guide - Outside
Michigan State Capitol Art Guide - Inside
(Best when printed landscape.)

Michigan State Capitol Square: A Guide to its Architecture and Monuments - Outside
Michigan State Capitol Square: A Guide to its Architecture and Monuments - Inside
(Best when printed landscape.)
Child Safety Coloring and Activity Book Citizen's Guide to State Government
For the People, By the People Getting To Know Michigan
How a Bill Becomes a Law Legislative Process in Michigan (Student's Guide)
Michigan Constitution Michigan in the American Civil War
Michigan State Capitol Portraits of Michigan
Recycling Coloring Book United States Constitution

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