Michelle Fraser

SEATTLE, WA - APRIL 12: A police vehicle follows behind a group of demonstrators near Pike Place Market as they protest the death of Daunte Wright on April 12, 2021 in Seattle, Washington. Police say the device serves as a non-lethal means of dispersing crowds and can be used to communicate with protesters, but critics say it can be used as a weapon. Wright, a Black man whose car was stopped in Brooklyn Center, Minnesota on Sunday reportedly for an expired registration, and not far from where George Floyd was killed during an arrest in Minneapolis last May, was shot and killed by an officer who police say mistook her service revolver for a Taser. (Photo by David Ryder/Getty Images)

Family Pushes for Car Seat Back Safety Reform After Daughter is Severely Injured in Crash

Following a devastating car crash that severely injured their daughter in 2016, Michelle and Jason Fraser are spearheading a national awareness campaign to save children’s lives with their Modernizing Seat Back Safety Act that they helped introduce to the U.S. Senate. One America’s Stephanie Myers spoke with Michelle Fraser about her campaign and how customers can be more vigilant when going car shopping.