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The State of Texas is once again suing the Biden administration. This time it's over the federal mandate on wearing a face mask on airplanes and in airports. But this time, it's not just Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filing the lawsuit. Texas Congresswoman Beth Van Duyne jointly filed the lawsuit against the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The mandate was put into place in January of 2021 and requires that anyone over the age of two years old must wear a mask properly on flights and inside of airports. The mask mandate on planes never seemed popular and led to many incidents on planes due to "unruly" passengers. The current mandate from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention are supposed to end on March 18, but it has been extended several times.

Paxton called out Biden in his statement to the Texas Tribune. Paxton said that Biden cannot continue governing through executive order.

“Biden’s repeated disregard of the individual liberties of Texans is not only disrespectful to the U.S. Constitution, it is also troublesome that any president thinks they can act above the law while hardworking Americans standby,” Paxton said in a statement about the lawsuit. “President Biden cannot continue governing through executive edicts. Now is the time to strike down his administration’s air-travel mask mandate.”

With mask mandates starting to fall across the United States, now seems like a good time to press the matter before the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention extend the mandate further.

Texas has been one of the leading states on lawsuits against the Biden administration over COVID-19 policies and mandates.

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Can You Guess These Towns From Their Satellite Photos?

I'm always down for a good brain challenge. This one however got the best of me.
It's always a fun time looking up address or cities and seeing them from a satellite point of view. You start pointing out landmarks and things you recognize.

One thing you don't account for however is something looking bigger or smaller than you seemed to think it was. So we started grabbing a bunch of these satellite pictures of cities and towns around Amarillo.

As we looked at them, we thought to ourselves, "how fun would this be to actually have to GUESS what these places are?". So away we went.

Go ahead and try to see how many you can guess correctly!

Test Your Texas: How Many of These Jeopardy! Questions Can You Answer?

Jeopardy! as we know it has been on the air since 1984, but the show got its start way back 1964.

Over the decades, the writers have managed to keep coming up with challenging questions to test the intellectual might of America's best and brightest (and sometimes softball questions for celebrities).

Texas is a place packed with personality, culture, and history, and there've been hundreds of questions/answers about the Lone Star State. Let's take a look at a few recent ones, and keep an eye out because we'll add more soon to test your Texas trivia skills and challenge newcomers.

How many of these can you get right without Googling?