Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 38. Civil Service and Retirement

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  • State Employees' Retirement Act
  • Wayne State University Employee Retirement System
  • Optional Retirement Act of 1967
  • County Employees' Civil Service System
  • Township Civil Service System
  • Fire Fighters and Police Officers Civil Service System
  • Police Cadet Training Program
  • Supplemental Benefits for Medical, Hospital or Nursing Care
  • Military Service Credits in Police and Firemen Retirement Systems
  • Combined Retirement Systems
  • City Library Employees' Retirement System
  • Calculation of Retirement Benefits by Local Units of Government
  • Social Security for Public Employees
  • Michigan Legislative Retirement System Act
  • Reciprocal Retirement Act
  • Public Employee Retirement System Investment Act
  • Deferred Compensation Plan
  • Suggestion Awards Program and Quality Recognition System
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Compensation for Injured Employees of Department of State
  • Salaries and Benefits of Nonclassified State Employees
  • Public Employee Health Care Fund Investment Act
  • The Public School Employees Retirement Act of 1979
  • Municipal Employees Retirement Act of 1984
  • State Police Retirement Act of 1986
  • Public Employee Retirement Benefit Protection Act
  • Judges Retirement Act of 1992
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Public Employee Retirement Health Care Funding Act
  • Teachers' Tenure
  • Fire Fighters and Police Officers Retirement Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Eligible Domestic Relations Order Act
  • Public Employee Retirement Benefits Forfeiture Act

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