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    Sorry for not knowing for sure, I feel dumb. I looked on the Michigan gov website but nothing there describes the actual form of government. My guess is that it is representative but nowhere I can find it to be described as a republic or commonwealth or whatever. I do know there are folks here who can tell me.springerdave.

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    Whatever it is, it charges too much taxes.
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    Michigander wrote:
    Whatever it is, it charges too much taxes.
    Ain't that the (financially) painful truth
    Rand Paul 2016

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    We have a form of democracy which is called a Representative republic.

    Michigan is the same.

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