The applicable rule within ASME standard is:
"Each necessary dimension of an end product shall be shown or defined by model data. No more dimensions than those necessary for complete definition shall be given. The use of reference dimensions on a drawing should be minimized."
This rule is mostly interpreted as one placing only one limit or basic dimension on an engineering drawing - achieve "necessary for complete definition"
ASME Y14.5-2018, 4.1 Fundamental Rules, page 12
It has been my practice and that of many to only show a dimension once whether it is a Limit or Basic dimension so as to avoid the possibility of conflicting dimensions due to misplacement.
Additionally, showing a dimension once is less work, more efficient and result in a better organized engineering drawing.