From footnote 34 on page 216 of Thinking Like a Lawyer by Frederick Schauer:
. . . it is accepted that individuals have due-process rights to notice and hearing [//]
with respect to adjudicative facts that will produce adverse consequences to them, [//]
but not to legislative facts that will produce adverse consequences to them [//]
only in respect to which[,] they are members of a class adversely affected by the legislative rule.
What’s the antecedent of which, after which I added a [,] to elucidate that they = individuals.
I’ve purposely separated clauses with [//] to help make sense of the sentence.