99th General Assembly, 1st Regular Session - 2017
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Elections and Elected Officials
MO House of Representatives
201 West Capitol Avenue
Jefferson City MO 65101
Rep. Nick Marshall
P.O. Box 14235
Parkville MO 64152
Rep. Nickolas A. Marshall, a Republican, represents Platte County (District 30) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.
Rep. Marshall is a 1991 graduate of Eagle Heights Christian High School. Rep. Marshall received his B.A. from Bob Jones University in 1995 and his law degree from the University of Missouri–Kansas City in 1999.
In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Marshall is a practicing private attorney. After his admission to the Missouri Bar, he served the people of Missouri as an assistant prosecuting attorney.
Rep. Marshall attends Faith Community Church. He is a member of the N.R.A., the N.W.T.F., and the Missouri Prairie Foundation. Rep. Marshall has won the Locke and Smith Award for constitutional voting every year that he has served in the legislature.
Rep. Marshall resides in southern Platte County with his family.
Establishes a regulatory system for transportation network companies
Changes the law regarding the residency requirement for the attorney general
Specifies that any issue to increase any tax, license, fee, or levy requiring voter approval under Article X of the Missouri Constitution must be placed on the ballot only on the general election day
Authorizes a person to engage in the practice of specified professions without being licensed if he or she does not hold himself or herself out as being licensed
Creates the offense of unlawful traffic interference
Prohibits certain candidates for office from engaging in certain campaign fundraising techniques
Prohibits sheriffs from releasing the name or personal information of any person issued a concealed carry permit, except under certain limited circumstances
Proposes a constitutional amendment prohibiting searches of persons upon entering the Missouri State Capitol or on capitol grounds
Proposes a constitutional amendment changing the laws regarding sessions of the General Assembly