Senator Peter MacGregor
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I will be holding office hours on Friday, April 29th from 7:30-9:00 am at Mr. Burger, 5181 Northland Dr. NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49525.

I will be available to answer questions and respond to concerns any residents of the district may have.  Office hours are a one-on-one meeting with constituents, and in order to see as many people as possible please keep the conversation to ten to fifteen minutes. If your question requires additional time, please contact my office to set up an appointment.

For more information or to contact my office, please visit or call 1-855-347-8028.

MacGregor supports new law to raise awareness of human trafficking

Human trafficking, or forced prostitution or servitude, is often called the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world and it is more prevalent in Michigan than many people realize. In fact, there were 152 human trafficking cases reported in our state last year.

I supported recent legislation—now law—to raise public awareness about this crime and help victims. Public Act 62 of 2016 requires the National Human Trafficking Hotline number (1-888-373-7888) to be posted at rest stops and welcome centers, bus and rail stations, airports and other places. More than 30 states now have a similar “poster” or “hotline” law on their books.

MacGregor encourages residents to prepare for severe weather

A Michigan spring can bring fast-changing weather conditions, including thunderstorms, lightning and high winds as well as rapidly warming temperatures.

Severe Weather Awareness Week, held April 10-16 this year, encourages Michigan residents to prepare before severe weather strikes to minimize damage and help keep everyone safe. Visit the Michigan State Police website and learn what to do before, during and after any type of emergency.

Michigan hunters practice safety first

For the second season in a row, Michigan recorded no hunting fatalities.

There were 13 injury incidents reported for 2015, with 60 percent of those described as self-inflicted gunshot wounds. With nearly 651,600 base licenses sold during the 2015 season, Michigan’s hunting incident rate per license stands at .002 percent.v Since a record high 275 hunting-related injuries in 1974, injuries have steadily decreased most years. Law enforcement officials credit the state’s hunter education program as an important factor in this downward trend. The 2015 hunting incidents report is available at under Law Enforcement Reports.

Pure Michigan Travel Guide now available

From waterfalls and sand dunes to museums and fine cuisine, Pure Michigan has it all!

The 2016 Pure Michigan Spring/Summer Travel Guide features fun in every corner of the state, including articles on national parks, food festivals, shoreline adventures, city life and more. Check out this great travel publication online at or contact my office to receive a print copy.

Highlights from my Facebook page

State Senator Peter MacGregor

I had a pleasure meeting with members from the - Grand Rapids Association of REALTORS Leadership Academy today in the Harry T. Gast Senate Appropriations Room at our State Capitol!

State Senator Peter MacGregor

My bill was signed into law today to name the new patient programming center at the Walter P. Reuther Psychiatric Hospital as the James K. Haveman Center for Activity, Rehabilitation, and Therapy. I was happy to have the center's namesake, former DHHS Dir. Haveman, join me at the bill signing ceremony.

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Congratulations to Feeding America West Michigan for being awarded funding under the 2016 Michigan Pollution Prevention Grant Program for their "Frozen Vegetable Line Rescue Program!"

State Senator Peter MacGregor

Michigan's economy continues to strengthen, with unemployment now below the national average. This improvement motivates us to keep working to make our state the best place to live, work and raise a family.

State Senator Peter MacGregor

I enjoyed meeting with Grand Rapids Mayor Rosalynn Bliss this morning at the Michigan Municipal League Capitol Conference Legislative Breakfast.

State Senator Peter MacGregor

State Senator Peter MacGregor shared Michigan Senate Republicans's video.

I am very proud of my Irish heritage. Check out this quick video we made about it and St. Patrick's Day.


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The 28th Senate District

The 28th Senate District consists of the cities of Cedar Springs, Grandville, Rockford, Walker, Wyoming city, and the townships of Algoma, Alpine, Byron, Cannon, Courtland, Grattan, Nelson, Oakfield, Plainfield, Solon, Sparta, Spencer, Tyrone, and Vergennes in Kent County.

Contact Me

Serving the constituents of the 28th Senate district is very important to me and I encourage you to contact me with any state issues. You may contact me by calling toll-free 1-855-347-8028 or emailing

I look forward to serving you, and I encourage you to contact me if I can assist you in any way or if you have an idea to help move our state forward.
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Senator Peter MacGregor

715 Farnum Bldg. P.O. Box 30036
Lansing, MI 48909-7536

Phone: (517) 373-0797

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