MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) -- The Alabama Legislature is getting back to normal after a winter storm and icy roads interrupted its business.
Enough state senators got to Montgomery for the Senate to start meeting about 10 a.m. Thursday. The House is going to try to meet about 1 p.m. if enough representatives are present.
A majority of the members of the House of Representatives was unable to make it to Montgomery to meet Tuesday. The Senate did work Tuesday, but neither chamber tried to meet Wednesday because of bad road conditions.
The return of the Legislature coincides with state agencies reopening at noon Thursday.
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