MacGregor honors Rockford men’s a cappella group

MacGregor-Aces

State Rep. Peter MacGregor was joined in Lansing on Wednesday, July 18, by the Rockford High School men’s a cappella group, the Rockford Aces. The Rockford Aces are a 12-voice extracurricular men’s a cappella group that perform a wide repertoire, including traditional and contemporary choral, vocal jazz, barbershop, doo-wop, and contemporary a cappella. The group […]

MacGregor votes to save Michigan teacher retirement plan

Reforms will save area districts nearly $9.3 million by 2014 The Michigan House recently approved legislation to save the state’s teacher retirement system, saving almost $16 billion for Michigan taxpayers and allowing more money into the classroom to benefit students, state Rep. Peter MacGregor announced. Senate Bill 1040 reforms the Michigan Public School Employees’ Retirement […]

Macgregor honored with 2011 Crime Fighter Award

State Rep. Peter MacGregor accepts his award from Kathy Pelleran, state director of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids Michigan at the state Capitol.

Lawmaker honored for leadership for children, youth, families State Rep. Peter MacGregor was recently honored with the 2011 Crime Fighter Award from the Michigan chapter of Fight Crime: Invest in Kids. Fight Crime: Invest in Kids is a statewide crime prevention organization led by Michigan police chiefs, sheriffs, prosecutors and crime survivors. The organization cited […]

MacGregor achieves perfect voting record

Lawmaker present for all votes in 2011 State Rep. Peter MacGregor posted a perfect voting record for the 2011 legislative year, never missing any of 619 roll call votes taken during the first year of his first term. “Voters in the 73rd District sent me to Lansing to represent them, and being present for all […]

MacGregor votes to remove own retirement benefits

Bill to end legislator retirement health care heads to Gov. Snyder State Rep. Peter MacGregor recently voted in favor of a bill to eliminate retirement health care benefits for most Michigan legislators. House Bill 4087 ends a retirement healthcare program that covered former legislators after age 55. The bill eliminates benefits for most current members […]