Lines at courthouses are forming across the state minutes after the Supreme Court has ruled that same sex marriage is constitutional on Friday June 26, striking out the voter's ruling from 2004.

As MLIVE reports, this affects more than marriage licenses and court houses alone. This ruling will now allow same sex couples to act in kind as every other married couple to date with joint filing for taxes, adoptions and more legal standings will be impacted going forward.

With over fourteen thousand estimated gay couples in Michigan, nearly seven thousand are expected to take advantage of this new ruling over next three years. So what do you think, do you agree with this ruling? Will you be getting married because of this decision? Or do you disagree with same sex marriage's definition?