Sharon Boucher is campaigning for several family law changes in 2015.
Boucher is the grandmother of Brielle Gage, a toddler who died of blunt force trauma in November. Katlyn Marin, Brielle's mother, was charged with second-degree murder for the toddler's death.
Boucher is supporting three legislative changes to help other endangered children.
First, Boucher would like a law to eliminate the possibility that children will be sent home with a parent who has criminal charges pending. Brielle's mother was arrested earlier in 2014 for allegedly beating another child.