(St.Paul, MN) -- State lawmakers are back at the Minnesota Capitol for a one-day special session to pass a storm relief bill. The opening gavel in the House was at 10:10 A-M; the Senate shortly after. Both chambers will have what backers hope will be quick hearings on the storm relief bill and then the final floor votes, probably sometime this afternoon. The bill appropriates four-and-a-half-million dollars in state aid for June's storms and flash flooding. Eighteen counties will get state money to help repair damaged infrastructure, and there's also money for Rock and Nobles counties for last winter's ice storms. The package is a 25 percent match for federal money that became available when President Obama declared the 18 counties a federal disaster area.