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Government

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Doing Business with State Government (8)
FOR local governments (counties, townships, cities, villages, tribal) (4)
FROM local governments (county, township, city, village, tribal) (4)
Government in the news (5)
Government research and data (5)
Locating local governments (Counties, Townships, Cities, Villages, Tribal) (5)
State of Michigan A-Z quicklinks (5)
State of Michigan department sitemaps (2)
State of Michigan FAQs and factsheets (5)
State of Michigan Forms, Publications and Media (10)
State of Michigan interactive/online services (17)
State of Michigan Licensing and Permits (5)
State of Michigan maps and mapping (11)
State of Michigan organization charts (3)
State of Michigan Telephone Directories and Hotlines (12)

Resources
View Resource USA.GOV

Government made easy!  This clean and uncluttered website provides access to federal government information with easy-to-interpret navigation links including services, topics and government agency listings and contact information.  

http://www.usa.gov
View Resource United States Courts

See this gateway website for access to the federal court system, rules, policies, judges, court records, forms and fees and judicial statistics.  The front page contains a court locator and links to information on bankruptcy, court records, appointment of counsel, probation and pretrial services, jury service and federal rulemaking.

http://www.uscourts.gov
View Resource United States House of Representatives

From this website citizens can find their representatives, see legislative activity, read information on how the legislative branch functions and specifically how the House of Representatives is structured.

http://www.house.gov/
View Resource United States Senate

Use this site to find your senator, view legislation, session schedules, scheduled hearings, votes, committee membership and Senate activities.

http://www.senate.gov
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