99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
Consent and House Procedure
Ways and Means
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Nick Schroer, a Republican, represents part of St. Charles County (District 107) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2016.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Schroer is an attorney and currently serves as General Counsel at Arrowhead Building Supply, Inc., located, in St. Peters, MO. Prior to working with Arrowhead, Schroer was an attorney at a firm in St. Charles County, specializing in family law and criminal defense. In 2014, Schroer was named as a Top 40 Under 40 Family Law Attorney in Missouri.
Rep. Schroer grew up in Ferguson, MO, and spent much of his free time at his family farm in Fayette, MO. Schroer graduated from Trinity Catholic High School in 2004. While Schroer attended Central Methodist University in Fayette, MO on a football scholarship, he went on to receive an acting scholarship at the same institution. In his senior year, Schroer transferred to the University of Missouri- St. Louis, where he went on to earn his bachelor’s degree in Criminology/Criminal Justice.
Schroer received his Juris Doctor degree from the Southern Illinois University School of Law in 2013. While there, he earned the Frank Bietto Memorial Scholarship, the Al H. and James A. Chesser Scholarship, the Health Law Contribution award, and the CALI Award for Excellence in Health Law Legislation. Also while at SIU School of Law, Schroer was elected as the President of the Law School Republicans and the Federalist Society.
Rep. Schroer currently resides in O’Fallon, MO with his wife and family.
Adds to the list of hate crimes certain offenses committed against law enforcement officers and first responders when the offenses are committed because the person is a law enforcement officer or first responder
Allows persons authorized to carry firearms under chapter 571 to sue for certain injuries sustained on the property of business enterprises that voluntarily prohibit firearms
Increases penalties for certain crimes against law enforcement officers and emergency responders
Requires children under the age of 18 to be prosecuted for most criminal offenses in juvenile courts unless the child is certified as an adult
Changes the requirements for reporting abortions and creates a civil remedy for violation of the confidentiality of certain records
Exempts present and past military members and law enforcement officers from hunter education and safety training course requirements
Specifies that anyone running for office must use their legal last name or maiden name
Allows certain assistant physicians, advanced practice registered nurses, and physician assistants to prescribe certain Schedule II medications
Provides that failure to wear a safety belt or misuse of a safety belt may be considered evidence of comparative negligence or may be admitted to mitigate damages
Requires certain persons to report the use of an emergency opioid antagonist to a police or sheriff's department in order to generate a police report
Urges the City of St. Louis Board of Aldermen to defeat Board Bill 203 and protect the religious liberty and right of conscience of Missouri citizens