Children are now in the center of the immigration controversy. The 14th amendment automatically grants citizenship to children born on American soil, regardless of the status of the parents. But some Republican leaders in Washington are calling for a change. Barrie Gewanter, Director of the Central New York Chapter of the New York Civil Liberties Union, says this country needs serious immigration reform, including a clear path to citizenship. But she says changing the constitution, is not the way to do it. "We are a nation of immigrants, and I think our constitution recognizes and respects that. I don't think that we should be trying to address failure of Congress to look at a broken immigration system, and fix it, by trying to alter the fundamental values that we have chosen to include in the constitution," said Gewanter.