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An Act Of Congress Of The United States
To Admit Ohio Into The Union Of States

 

Congress Admitted the State of Ohio into
the United States of America in the year of 1958

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Public Law 204 - August 7, 1953

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Comment

Public Law 204 of August 7, 1953 declaring that the law shall take effect as of the year of March 1, 1863 is a declaration by the U.S. Congress that Public Law 204 is an "ex post facto" law.  As the U.S. Constitution declares at Article I, Clause 9, Section 3 that Congress shall pass no "ex post facto" laws, Ohio has yet to be admitted into the Union as a state of the United States of America

 

 

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