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Michigan Compiled Laws, Chapter 124. Municipalities § 124.462

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Sec. 12.  A public authority created under this act may plan, promote, finance, acquire, improve, enlarge, extend, own, construct, operate, maintain, replace, and contract for public transportation service by means of 1 or more public transportation systems and public transportation facilities.  A public authority is a public benefit agency and instrumentality of the state with all the powers of a public corporation, to accomplish its purposes and to control, operate, administer, and exercise the franchise of the public transportation system and public transportation facilities, if any.

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