It's in the title. If you don't know how this works just from the title I can't help you.

Powers denied to Congress are as follows:

  • Can not deny any rights listed in the Bill of Rights.
  • Suspend the Writ of habeas corpus, which determines if a convicted person has been illegally detained.
  • Pass Bills of Attainder–laws that establish guilt and punish without a trial.
  • Pass Ex Post Facto laws, or make crimes of acts that were legal when they were committed.
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