Can Parents Legally Give Their Children Alcohol?

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US states each set their own legal drinking age, but the legal age in all states is 21. Some exemptions may include religious reasons, medical purposes, and parental exception. In 30 states, it is legal for underage parties to drink alcohol, if it is given to them by their parents, and only with the parents present.
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