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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 10. Governor § 10.127

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Sec. 7.  (1) A person who knowingly violates this act or an order issued by the governor under this act is guilty of a misdemeanor punishable by a fine of not more than $500.00.  Each day a violation continues is a separate offense.

(2) The attorney general, at the direction of the governor or upon receipt of a request from the department of agriculture or the department of public health, or a prosecuting attorney of a county may bring an action in a court of competent jurisdiction to prevent a violation of this act or an order issued pursuant to this act, or to compel a person to perform a duty imposed on the person under this act or an order issued under this act.

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