99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Representative Mary Nichols
Representative
Mary Nichols
District 072
Democrat

Elected:2010 
Years Served:
Hometown:Maryland Heights
Counties:
Capitol Address
Address:MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Room 101-A
Jefferson City MO 65101 
Phone:573-751-1832 
E-Mail:Mary.Nichols@house.mo.gov 
Biography
Rep. Mary Nichols, a Democrat, represents St. Louis County (District 72) in the Missouri House of Representatives. She was elected to her first two-year term in November 2010.

In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Nichols is a residential real estate sales person for Coldwell Banker Gundaker in Maryland Heights. Rep. Nichols also served four terms on the Maryland Heights City Council and two terms as the Maryland Heights Township Committeewoman.

Rep. Nichols received her A.A. from Monticello College in 1969 and her B.S. from Southern Illinois University in 1972. Rep Nichols also received her Teaching Certificate from the State of Illinois in 1972.

Rep. Nichols currently resides in Maryland Heights with her husband, Robert K. Nichols.
Sponsored Bills
HB 397 - (0928H.01I)
Modifies the Model Traffic Ordinance with respect to signals indicating the approach of a train
HB 531 - (1208H.01I)
Requires the secretary of state to establish a system of automatic voter registration
HB 532 - (1214H.01I)
Requires that no tax change be implemented before the Study Commission on State Tax Policy issues its final report or December 31, 2017, whichever occurs first
HB 533 - (1207H.01I)
Doubles the fine for littering with cigarettes or cigars
HB 536 - (1210H.01I)
Requires all motor vehicle insurers to notify the Department of Revenue of lapsed policies in order to allow the owner to provide proof of insurance or surrender the license plates if no proof is provided
HB 810 - (1686H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding tax increment financing so that requirements regarding project approval apply equally throughout the state
HB 822 - (1655H.01I)
Repeals the definition of municipal ordinance violations which were added to the calculation limiting the percentage of annual general operating revenue that can come from fines and court costs for minor violations and allows for confinement for minor traffic violations
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation