There are four things to remember regarding married priests. 1) In the Eastern Rite married men could always be ordained as parish priests. 2) In neither the Eastern Catholic Church nor the West could a priest get married after ordination. 3) A married priest cannot be consecrated a bishop if his wife is living. 4) Married Protestant ministers who convert to Catholicism can be ordained now even in the Latin Rite.
At his recent enthronement as the Melkite Greek Catholic Bishop in the USA, Bishop Nicholas Samra stated that the Melkite Catholic Church (an Eastern Catholic Church in union with the Pope of Rome) will begin ordaining married men to the priesthood in the USA. More on this story here.