For the past 20 years, Mary has worked as a registered nurse. Prior to attending nursing school, she was convicted of felony narcotics possession when she was 19 years old. When she got her license 20 years ago, there was no background check, and no question about a conviction was asked on the application. She is currently relocating to another state and wishes to obtain a reciprocity license. Although a background check is required, she observes that one of the rules and regulations states that a licensee must report any misdemeanor or felony convictions; what should she do?????