Chris Geidner reports on a shift in immigration enforcement for same-sex married couples:

Lavi Soloway, an attorney arguing several of the cases, tells Metro Weekly the move, which sends the cases back for further fact-based investigations to determine whether the couples would be eligible for relief were it not for DOMA, is "historic" and reflects DOJ's apparent view that "there may very well be, a year from now, a post-DOMA world."

He sure is running for re-election, isn't he? But this is an immensely good and humane thing.