MacGregor joins House colleagues in ceremony to honor first responders, victims of 9/11 attacks

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Lawmaker attends with local first responder as guest  The Michigan House of Representatives hosted a ceremony on September 8, honoring first responders and Michigan natives lost in the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. State Rep. Peter MacGregor attended the event with Cannon Township Fire Chief Jim Morris. “It was a privilege to have Chief […]

MacGregor votes to end retiree health care benefits for legislators

Lawmaker proud to support another commonsense reform in Lansing   State Rep. Peter MacGregor recently voted in favor of House Bill 4087, ending retiree healthcare benefits for lawmakers. Currently, Michigan lawmakers who serve at least six years are eligible for health insurance funded by taxpayers beginning at age 55. The change would affect all legislators […]

MacGregor connects with 7,400 constituents in first tele-town hall meeting

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Lawmaker appreciative of constituent feedback on tough decisions State Rep. Peter MacGregor, R-Rockford, was pleased with the turnout of his first telephone town hall meeting on Tuesday night, May 17. MacGregor hosted the meeting to connect with local residents and answer questions about the state budget, specifically, education-related issues. He answered many constituent questions including […]

MacGregor votes for school budget proposal, fights for smaller cut to K-12

State Rep. Peter MacGregor, R-Rockford, recently made the following statement after voting in favor of House Bill 4325, the budget proposal for school aid, community colleges and higher education: “I ran for office to do the job of getting our state back on track—rightsizing our state government. We have significant spending issues and there were […]