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What information is offered on the state of Michigan's home page?

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The state of Michigan's government website has links across the top of the home page to various state matters of authority, including business, education and the environment. The home page has links to traffic information, the governor's website and a page where people can file for unemployment benefits. The home page includes a drop-down menu under About that gives links to the state's history, facts and symbols.

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Under the About tab, there are links to news that provides articles about various state matters, including grants, meetings of government bodies and public works projects. The About drop-down tab also leads to a state of Michigan online services page, which lists such things as census data, county clerks and a Michigan library directory.

A link appears t the very top of the home page leading to all government of Michigan departments. Near the top of the state of Michigan home page is an Education tab that includes links for educators, parents and students, a link to education news, and a link to many other education-related websites. Drop-down menus for pages about health, government, safety and travel appear horizontally across the top of the page. The drop-down menu for government includes links to the judicial and legislative branches and tribal governments. The environment drop-down menu has links to licensing and permits, environmental safety and health.

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