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Colorado mom Heather Surovik was days away from giving birth when she was hit by a drunk driver, resulting in the death of her unborn son, Brady. The driver at fault, who was a repeat DUI offender, pleaded guilty to two counts of felony vehicular assault and driving under the influence — but under the current Colorado law, he could not be prosecuted for murder, because Brady was not considered a person. Hear how Heather has taken action to become a voice for Brady and other unborn babies in Colorado. Plus, State Senator Owen Hill expresses his support for passing a proposed ballot measure known as the Brady Amendment, or Amendment 67, which would change the Colorado Criminal Code to redefine "person" and "child" to include "unborn children."