RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia lawmakers are set to reconvene in Richmond for a one-day session to consider Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s vetoes.

The divided General Assembly also will have a full calendar on Wednesday as lawmakers work through amendments to over 100 bills, in addition to the governor’s 26 vetoes.

Many of the amendments are technical, but some are more substantive or controversial.

House Democrats also will be dealing with a dose of internal strife as Del. Don Scott leads an effort to remove the current caucus leadership following an unsuccessful election cycle that saw the party lose control of the chamber.