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  • Drinking age in Maine

    Drinking age in Maine

    The state of Maine allows for the consumption of alcohol on private, non alcohol-selling premises, with parental consent. There was no known drinking age in Maine before Prohibition. The data is scant and empty on it. The legal drinking age after Prohibition was 21. It was lowered to 20 in

  • Drinking age in Kansas

    Drinking age in Kansas

    There was no verifiable drinking age before Prohibition in Kansas really. The drinking age was changed to 18 after Prohibition was repealed. It remained at 18 after the passage of the 26th Amendment. It was raised to 21 in 1985. The legal drinking age now is 21. However, anyone that’s

  • Drinking age in Iowa

    Drinking age in Iowa

    The alcohol laws in the United States have gone through several changes over the years. They have gone up and down through several fluctuations and alterations since before Prohibition even. Each state has a different history. Every state has its own unique story on alcohol minimum drinking age. There was

  • Drinking age in Puerto Rico

    Drinking age in Puerto Rico

    The legal drinking age is 18 in Puerto Rico. It is 18 for most of the South American and Central American countries. The legal drinking age is 18 in most parts of the world, but it is sort of strange that it is 21 in the United States. If you

  • Drinking age in Hawaii

    Drinking age in Hawaii

    The drinking age in Hawaii is just like it is in the rest of the United States, 21. Hawaii is not a separate country or nation. It is one of the fifty states of the United States. There are no separate drinking laws for Hawaii that are different from those

  • Drinking age in Wisconsin

    Drinking age in Wisconsin

    Most teenagers are unaware that the legal age to drink in most places in America was 18. That only makes sense because the age of majority was lowered to 18 with the 26th Amendment to the Constitution. The legal minimum age was lowered in about 30 states to 18 in

  • Drinking age in Texas

    Drinking age in Texas

    While most teenagers, and even some Americans, think that the drinking age has always been 21 in this country, that hasn’t always been the case. In fact, it was drunk driving fatalities that spurred Congress to act, and they passed the National Minimum Drinking Age Act in 1984. This law

  • Drinking age in New York

    Drinking age in New York

    The New York legal drinking age used to be 19, but the National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 coerced the state into raising its drinking level to 21, or else it would have lost 10% of its highway construction funds. The New York Legislature raised the age to drink

  • Drinking age in Louisiana

    Drinking age in Louisiana

    It didn’t always used to be the case that the minimum drinking age all across the U.S. was 21 years, but that happened because Congress sort of coerced all the states into conforming with their 21-year-old stipulation in the National Minimum Drinking Age Act. Many people considered it a violation

  • Drinking age in Las Vegas

    Drinking age in Las Vegas

    Every teenager on vacation in Las Vegas wants to know what the drinking age is. They also want to know what the gambling age is. Heck, they just want to have a good time. Can you blame them? The age of majority in this country is 18, but the age

  • Drinking age in Florida

    Drinking age in Florida

    Every kid wants to know when he can drink in Florida, especially with Spring Break and all the parties. They want to know when they can have a good time and get some lovin’ on the beach, which drinking helps to procure for them too. However, since 1984, all the