The Michigan Constitution is the fundamental governing document of the state of Michigan.
The current constitution contains a preamble followed by 12 articles. There is also a schedule at the end, to ease transition from territory to state.
The current (and third) Michigan Constitution was adopted in 1963.
The current constitution has been amended 36 times.
The most recent amendments to the Michigan Constitution, of which there were two, were approved by voters in 2020.
Michigan has a process for initiated constitutional amendments, which means constitutional amendments can go on the ballot through citizen initiatives, legislatively referred constitutional amendments, or constitutional conventions.