Heather Surovik was outside Colorado's state capitol Monday because she wants to change the law that governs when a life begins.
Last July, Surovik was just days away from giving birth to a boy. She was on her way home from the doctor's office when she was hit by a drunk driver. She lost the baby and state law prevented authorities from charging the drunk driver with her unborn baby's death.
The pro-life organization, Personhood, helped Heather launch a campaign to tell her story.
OutFront tonight: Heather Surovik is joined by her mother, Terry Koester, who was in the car with her when the accident happened.