The city of Houston has a history of political and social unrest that dates back to the Civil War.
The city has been rocked by protests for years, but the political climate has never been as volatile as it has in recent years.
And now, according to local news station KTRK, it looks like that could be about to change.
According to the station, the city has asked the Texas Ethics Commission to investigate whether the city’s new charter law violates the state’s constitution.
This would be the first time the Ethics Commission has ever examined a city charter in connection with a potential ethics violation.
The law allows city employees to take money from private donors.
However, KTRLK reports that this may not be a legal issue, as the law states that private donors may be able to “use funds from city property and facilities for private use” without the consent of the city.
The Ethics Commission will consider the matter in the next few days, and a final decision will come in June.