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ex post facto
used in On Women's Right to Vote

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after the fact; ordinarily used in reference to constitutional prohibition on ex post facto laws which would punish someone for an act committed before the law that made it illegal was enacted
  • For any state to make sex a qualification that must ever result in the disfranchisement of one entire half of the people, is to pass a bill of attainder, or, an ex post facto law, and is therefore a violation of the supreme law of the land.

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