After a several-month hiatus, the House Judiciary Committee is once again meeting to discuss the possible impeachment of Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley.
The committee is scheduled to meet later this morning to discuss a procedural question related to the probe. It is the first meeting since the investigation was put on hold by outgoing Attorney General Luther Strange in November.
The committee is tasked with making a recommendation to the full House of Representatives on whether there are grounds to impeach Governor Bentley.
Last year, twenty-three House members signed impeachment articles accusing Bentley of willful neglect of duty and corruption. That came after Bentley's recently-fired law enforcement secretary accused his former boss of having an affair with a staffer and of interfering with law enforcement business. Bentley acknowledged making personal mistakes, but denies the other accusations.