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Adobe PDF map of the 110 state House districts which allows you to click on a specific area of Michigan to get the individual district map of interest.
Standing rules of the House of Representatives in accordance with the Michigan Constitution, Article IV, Section 16.
Adobe PDF seating chart map of where each of the 110 elected state Representatives sit in the House chamber during session.
Adobe PDF map of the 38 state Senate districts which allows you to click on a specific area of Michigan to get the individual district map of interest.
Introductory overview of a committee’s responsibilities when a bill or resolution is first introduced in the House of Representatives or the Senate. This page also provides guidelines to assist citizens who are preparing for testifying in front of a committee.
Joint Rules govern how the House of Representatives and the Senate resolve differences in legislation and other interactions between the two chambers.
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