Michigan’s digital library of photos and other public data has more than tripled in size in the last five years, but that hasn’t stopped a state lawmaker from using it to create a new digital currency.

The digital library in question is the Michigan Digital Library.

It has about 30,000 photos and more than 60,000 videos in it, as well as thousands of other files from the state’s three digitized photo database.

According to a press release from the governor’s office, “Digital Library is the state government’s digital resource that provides public access to Michigan’s statewide and state-wide photo and video collections.”

It was created in March 2017 by then-Governor Rick Snyder.

The bill signed by Snyder would create a digital library that is managed by a board appointed by the governor, who would appoint the members and staff of the board.

The board would then manage the digital library.

The legislation would make the Michigan digital library digital and could be used by other state government agencies, the legislature, the governor and his cabinet.

The Digital Library board would be chaired by the chair of the state senate.

The governor and the Legislature would also appoint the staff of Digital Library, which would include two members appointed by Snyder.

Digital Library currently is housed at the Department of Economic Development, which has offices in Lansing and in Detroit.

It also has offices at Michigan State University in East Lansing and Michigan Technological University in Grand Rapids.

DigitalLibrary would also be able to accept donations from the public, which is why it’s been used in Michigan for the last three years.

DigitalLibrary is currently funded by a $2.5 million grant from the Michigan Foundation for Innovation.

The Michigan Foundation supports digital libraries across the state.

Michigan Digital Library is currently operated by the Digital Libraries and Archives Service (DLAS), which oversees digital libraries in all three counties.

The agency also oversees the Digital Media Library in Detroit and the Michigan Department of Commerce Digital Library in Grand Huron.

The Michigan Digital Libraries has been criticized for some of its use of the funds.

The legislature has been working on legislation to address these concerns, which are currently being discussed by a subcommittee of the House Committee on State Affairs.

The legislation is expected to be voted on later this week.

“Digital Libraries are essential tools for public agencies to maintain and enhance public access and access to public records, digital images, digital video, and digital audio and video,” said Rep. Chris Karpinski, a Lansing Republican.

“They provide public records and public access services to all Michiganders.

As digital libraries grow, so too do the responsibilities that are incumbent upon them.

The digital library board should be created to oversee the digital libraries and to oversee how these libraries are managed and managed.”