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The three limitations on the power of congress to deny peoples rights can be found in section 9 of the Constitution. The limitations are; slave trade, habeas cobras and bills of attainer.

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The three limitations on the power of Congress's limit to deny peoples rights are located in the Constitution. The limitations are; 1. No suspension of habeas corpus, 2. No bills of attainder and 3. no ex post facto laws.

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The limitations on the power of Congress to deny rights is found in the First Amendment of the US Constitution. Congress cannot deny the right of religion, speech, press, or for people to assemble peacefully.

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the privilage of habeus corpus shall not be suspended, unless when in cases of rebellion or invasion

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The first two limitations on the power of Congress to deny people's rights are no ex post facto laws and no suspension of habeas corpus. The last limitation is no bills of attainder.

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The congress can't control Immigration or go against habeas corpus.

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