INDIANAPOLIS — April is Child Abuse Prevention Month and Friday a grieving woman brought attention to the problem at the Indiana Statehouse.
She started the Justice for Judah movement, in hopes that what happened to Judah never happens to another child.
"I just like to pester people, because if I want something done, you have to pester people," Hullet said. "And if it takes a couple times to call, then just don't give up. I think that's the biggest thing is not giving up."
Fifty Indiana children died from abuse or neglect in 2020. A new law bearing Judah's name will take effect on July 1.