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Michigan 
1. Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated (MCLA), (REF COLL, SMITH KFM 4230 1948 .A44).

This contains the complete text of the Constitution in three volumes. Annotations follow the text sections in each volume. Preceding the current Constitution are the full texts of the previous Constitutions. 

2. Michigan Statutes Annotated (MSA), (RETRO KFM 4230 1936 .A42)

Vols. 1 and 1A contain the complete text of the Constitution including annotations within the text. The full texts of the previous Constitutions are located in Vol. 1. 

3. Michigan Manual (ANNEX JK 5830 .A32)

This contains the full text of the current Michigan Constitution. 

4. Michigan Legislature website.

Other States 
State constitutions can be found in the annotated statutes for that particular state.

State constitutions may also be found in the series Reference Guides to the State Constitutions of the United States (SMITH KF 4530 .R44 1990x), 1990-2006.

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