When an individual turns 21 years old in the United States, he can legally drink alcohol in all 50 states. If a 21-year-old individual resides in Colorado, Nevada, Oregon, California, Alaska, Masachusetts, Maine or Washi... More »

The most popular legal benefit that comes at age 21 is the ability to drink and buy alcoholic beverages in the United States. Twenty-one is also the legal age to gamble in most casinos, own a handgun, and obtain a concea... More »

As of January 2015, a person must be at least 18 years old to serve alcohol in Illinois, according to the Illinois Liquor Control Commission. However, the Illinois Liquor Control Act allows jurisdictional control on the ... More »

Only persons 18 years or older can legally buy alcohol in the United Kingdom, reports Gov.UK. One also must be 18 to drink alcohol at a licensed establishment, such as a pub. However, 16- and 17-year-olds accompanied by ... More »

The minimum legal drinking age in Greece as of 2010 was 18 years old when the alcohol is purchased in a place of on-premise consumption, such as a pub or restaurant,. according to ProCon.org. If purchasing alcohol from a... More »

As of 2012, North Dakota Department of Human Services' guidelines state that children 8 years and under should be supervised at all times. Children who are 9 years old cannot be left unsupervised for more than two hours ... More »

In order to be eligible to be president of the United States, a person must be at least 35 years old. The candidate must also have been a resident of the U.S. for at least 14 years and be a natural born citizen. More »

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