Richfield, a suburb along Minneapolis’ southern border (and home to Miss Richfield 1981!), is considering the adoption of a domestic partner registry. The move would make it the sixth city to adopt such a registry following Minneapolis, Duluth, St. Paul, Edina and Rochester. According to OutFront Minnesota:

Save the Date: Richfield Public Forum on Domestic Partnerships

The City of Richfield may become the sixth Minnesota city to create a domestic partnership registry for same-sex couples. On September 22 at 7pm the Richfield Human Rights Commission will hold a public forum to discuss its proposed ordinance at the Woodlake Nature Center.

If you live in Richfield, please attend this event to voice your support for fairness for same-sex couples and their families.

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