Immigration Reform Will Require Rober Compromises

"If we hope to pass a reform measure in the coming months, we will need to discuss immigration reform clearly, soberly and carefully, and consider what is best for the nation, as well as what Congress as a practical matter can pass.  All of us should strive to avoid knee-jerk reactions – pro and con – and think hard about the problems, concerns and realities before the nation." - Kevin R. Johnson, Feb. 18, 2013.

- Kevin R. Johnson is dean of the University of California, Davis, School of Law.