There has been almost every indication that coronavirus regulations are being phased down.
After the country’s truckers campaigned for the end of mandates, many provinces in Canada voted to take back various edicts. Then, in the United States, certain Democrats in various states and towns decided that the moment had come to abolish limitations.
In the midst of all of this, America’s obligation for air travelers remains in place. So far, there is no indication that the Biden administration intends to reverse this policy anytime soon.
This explains why Texas has filed a lawsuit against the Biden administration.
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. https://t.co/71vif54Y5l— Texas Attorney General (@TXAG) February 16, 2022
Because the CDC’s directive to wear masks on planes and in airports was not approved by Congress, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton contends that it is not legally enforceable.
Paxton further stated that his 22nd legal action against the Biden administration stems from the fact that the mask mandate is unconstitutional because it was implemented without following the required procedures.
The action by the Texas attorney general comes months after Vice President Joe Biden stated that there is no federal solution to the coronavirus problem.
Many people said that if Biden truly believes this, he should repeal the federal mask mandate after these remarks in December.
Many people across the country are hoping for Paxton’s case to be successful. There has been a lot of discussion about how long mask mandates for air travelers would remain, but little serious action has been taken to get them repealed.
As a result, the Texas Republican attorney general received a lot of good social media feedback.
Americans voiced their anticipation that Paxton’s lawsuit will abolish mask mandates, as well as their frustration with having to wear face covers all the time in order to fly internationally.