Thursday, February 23, 2006 2:51:57 PM
The National Minimum Drinking Age Act of 1984 required all states to raise their minimum purchase and public possession of alcohol age to 21. States that did not comply faced a reduction in highway funds under the Federal Highway Aid Act.... It does not prohibit persons under 21 (also called youth or minors) from drinking. The term "public possession" is strictly defined and does not apply to possession for the following:
An established religious purpose, when accompanied by a parent, spouse or legal guardian age 21 or older Medical purposes when prescribed or administered by a licensed physician, pharmacist, dentist, nurse, hospital or medical institution In private clubs or establishments In the course of lawful employment by a duly licensed manufacturer, wholesaler or retailer.
Tuesday, February 7, 2006 5:31:21 AM
just want to add one thing: in holland its legal to buy and smoke weed. still they have fewer tennagers smokin weed on a regular basis than other countries. i guess it's the same thing with alcohol and most other drugs.
Saturday, February 4, 2006 3:02:22 PM
b3nzyme i just have nothing to say... except this WERE THE F*CK IS YOUR MIND? your not an alcoholic if you drink a couple of beers... I know that i spend too much money on alcohol, but i'm certainly NOT an alcohol addict. Are you being told that is you get a drip of alcohol in your blood, your addicted straight away, f*ck up your whole life and burn in hell for eternity after you quit living your horrible alcohol addicted life? just pathetic