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    Question: Do you know what states have a drinking age that is under 21? I'm doing a research paper on alcohol and youths.

    Answer: There are no states that allow drinking under the age of 21. This is a federal law and not an individual state law.

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    On 02/28/04
    mike from NY said:
    why can people can be drafted into a war and die for their country, but they can't have a beer? mmm... I don't see anythink fair about that. when anyone turns 18, they are an adult. adults should be able to make there own choices.
    On 02/26/04
    Scott from PA said:
    hey samantha, u need to think about that. your liver is not ready to properly digest alcohol at any age under 21! the law is for YOUR OWN HEALTH
    On 02/26/04
    jason from MI said:
    ya becasue they have to go to party and sneak it from there parents so they drive home drunk so they dont get in trouble but if it was legal to drink at 16 you wouldent have to drive anywhere
    On 02/09/04
    samantha from AZ said:
    i believe that the legal drinking age should be reduced to 18. Being an adolecent is all about being a rebelion. When raising the drinking age to 21, one only makes drinking more desirable. Yes there are alot of car crashes for underage drinking, however, the same with legal drinking age drivers. So why not lower the drinking age? I myself am not a fan of drinking, but it is just a obvious solution.
    On 02/06/04
    Tyler from WA said:
    The drinking age here is 21. If you can go into the military and die for your country, vote for your country, and be able to purchase certain kinds of guns at 18, why is the drinking age 21? Currently in the state of South Dakota, you have to be 21 to buy alcohol. However, if you are in a bar with your parents or legal guardian, you can legally drink alcohol at 18. How can some states get away with this, and other states cant?
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