Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
I am interested in receiving copies of new bills introduced
in the legislature. Is the any way to get on the legislatures mailing
The Michigan Legislature maintains an interactive, user friendly
web site www.michiganlegislature.org.
You can also access it through Related
Sites. You can search for a bill by number, by sponsor or by text.
The web site is updated frequently and gives the current language of the
bill, as well as its current status.
If you dont have Internet access at home, your local library may
have computers available.
Please send us a copy of Public Act 113.
Because of the time required to keep these current as
changes are made by the legislature, we do not attempt to keep copies
of all Michigan Public Acts. They can be downloaded from the Internet
or ordered from the Library of Michigan. The Internet site is www.michiganlegislature.org/law
or you can reach it through a link on the MML web site. If you order a
hard copy from the Library of Michigan (517-373-1291) there is a nominal
charge for copying.
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