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City in Minn. Becomes 17th to Establish Registry

EAGAN, Minn. – The city of Eagan has becomes the 17th community in Minnesota to set up a domestic partner registry.

The City Council voted Tuesday night to create a voluntary registry that will allow same-sex couple to document their relationship with the city. It will cost $25 to register a partnership and another $25 to terminate it.

The Pioneer Press says Minneapolis was the first to create the registry in Minnesota in 1991. St. Paul and Duluth followed in 2009.


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