Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 722. Children

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  • Mcgruff House Program and Michigan Community Child Watch Program
  • Child Care Organizations
  • Reimbursement of Legal Costs of Foster Parents
  • Child Guidance Clinics;  Community Mental Health Clinics
  • Contracts for Care of Children
  • Child Abuse and Neglect Prevention Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Child Protection Law
  • Disseminating, Exhibiting, or Displaying Sexually Explicit Matter to Minors
  • Child Identification and Protection Act
  • Guardianship Assistance Act
  • The Children's Ombudsman Act
  • Foster Care Independence Act
  • Executive Reorganization Order
  • Fostering Futures Scholarship Trust Fund Act
  • Children's Advocacy Center Act
  • Children's Product Safety Act
  • Genetic Parentage Act
  • Summary Support and Paternity Act
  • Status of Minors and Child Support
  • Child Custody Act of 1970
  • Age of Majority Act of 1971
  • Foster Care Review Boards
  • Aiding or Abetting Violations of Juvenile Court Orders
  • Commitment of Children to State Institutions
  • Youth Tobacco Act
  • The Paternity Act
  • Curfew for Children
  • County Rehabilitation Work Camps for Juvenile Offenders
  • Juvenile Diversion Act
  • Surrogate Parenting Act
  • The Parental Rights Restoration Act
  • Foster Care and Adoption Services Act
  • Acknowledgment of Parentage Act
  • Uniform Child-Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act
  • Revocation of Paternity Act
  • Uniform Child Abduction Prevention Act

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