Gov. Tim Pawlenty — as have most environmental and conservation groups, as well as the NRA — has weighed in on the Legacy Amendment dispute between the House and Senate, and backs the Senate.

Conferees from the two chambers met Thursday to try to agree on compromises before the Legislature adjourns Monday.

Some wildlife groups, including, are advocating that Pawlenty veto the bill before agreeing to a measure that is substantially that of the House position (see my column in the May 15 Star Tribune, and on this site.)

Here's Pawlenty's letter to conferees.

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