Dayton would veto pipeline replacement

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) - Democratic Gov. Mark Dayton says he would veto a bill allowing a Canadian energy company to bypass Minnesota regulators and build a replacement for an aging pipeline.Dayton said Friday that Enbridge Energy's $7.5 billion Line 3 pipeline replacement should be vetted by the Public Utilities Commission before it gets approval to begin construction.The Republican House amended a jobs and energy bill Thursday to allow Enbridge to skirt regulators.