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Michigan Constitution 1963, Art. IV, Sec. 52
Click here to view full size picture The Michigan Constitution establishes the importance of Michigan's natural resources:

TITLE 1 THE FUNDAMENTAL LAW
CHAPTER 1. CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF MICHIGAN
ARTICLE IV. LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

Natural resources; conservation, pollution, impairment, destruction
MSA Const. 1963, Art. IV, 52 (1999)
Sec. 52. The conservation and development of the natural resources of the state are hereby declared to be of paramount public concern in the interest of the health, safety and general welfare of the people. The legislature shall provide for the protection of the air, water and other natural resources of the state from pollution, impairment and destruction.

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