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Separation of Powers
Michigan Government Structure
The powers of government are divided into three branches: legislative, executive and judicial. No person exercising powers of one branch shall exercise powers properly belonging to another branch except as expressly provided in this constitution.
Michigan Constitution, Art. III, § 2.