Underage Drinking

Possession/Consumption/Internal Possession of Alcohol

Laws that prohibit underage alcohol possession, consumption, or internal possession (see Definitions), together with various statutory exceptions to these laws.

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AL (Alabama)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     1 Citations
AL (Alabama)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
AL (Alabama)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
AK (Alaska)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception  2 Citations
AK (Alaska)
1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception  2 Citations
AK (Alaska)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
AZ (Arizona)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Arizona does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on May 23, 2002, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful, "[f]or a person under the age of twenty-one years to have in the person's body any spirituous liquor." Ariz. Rev. Stat. § 4-244. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
3 Citations
AZ (Arizona)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     4 Citations
AZ (Arizona)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     3 Citations
AR (Arkansas)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
AR (Arkansas)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
AR (Arkansas)

Although Arkansas previously prohibited alcohol in the body of a minor from being deemed to be in his or her possession, beginning on July 27, 2011, Arkansas law has provided that intoxicating liquor, wine, or beer in the body of a minor will be deemed to be in his or her possession. See Ark. Code Ann. § 3-3-203(a)(2). Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
2 Citations
CA (California)

California's "Any Private Location" exception excludes possession in motor vehicles. California's statute regarding possession of alcohol by a person under the age of 21 years includes an exception for "responsible adult relative" but does not specify which relatives are included. APIS interprets the phrase “responsible adult relative” as including a spouse.

1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYesYes  2 Citations
CA (California)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
CA (California)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
CO (Colorado)

CONSUMPTION: Colorado's exception requires the knowledge and consent of the owner of the private property when minors consume alcohol (in addition to the consent and presence of a parent or guardian).

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception  2 Citations
CO (Colorado)

POSSESSION: Colorado's exception requires the knowledge and consent of the owner of the private property when minors possess alcohol (in addition to the consent and presence of a parent or guardian).

1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception  3 Citations
CO (Colorado)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Colorado's exception requires the knowledge and consent of the owner of the private property when minors possess or consume alcohol (in addition to the consent and presence of a parent or guardian).

1/1/2017Internal PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception  1 Citations
CT (Connecticut)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
CT (Connecticut)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
CT (Connecticut)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   3 Citations
DE (Delaware)

Delaware’s exception includes “members of the same family” and allows consumption if in “private home of any of said members.” Del. Code Ann. tit. 4, § 904. APIS interprets the phrase “members of the same family” as including a spouse.

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 1 Citations
DE (Delaware)

Delaware’s exception includes “members of the same family” and allows possession if in “private home of any of said members.” Del. Code Ann. tit. 4, § 904. APIS interprets the phrase “members of the same family” as including a spouse.

1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 1 Citations
DE (Delaware)

Although Delaware does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, it has a statutory provision that makes it an offense for "[w]hoever, being under the age of 21 years, has alcoholic liquor in his or her possession at any time, or consumes or is found to have consumed alcoholic liquor." Del. Code Ann. tit. 4, § 904. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
1 Citations
DC (District of Columbia)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     2 Citations
DC (District of Columbia)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
DC (District of Columbia)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
FL (Florida)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
FL (Florida)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
FL (Florida)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
GA (Georgia)
1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception   Only in combination with another exception1 Citations
GA (Georgia)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
GA (Georgia)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
HI (Hawaii)
1/1/2017PossessionYes  Yes  2 Citations
HI (Hawaii)

Although Hawaii does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on June 19, 2006, it has a statutory provision that states that, "[n]o minor shall consume or purchase liquor and no minor shall consume or have liquor in the minor's possession or custody in any public place, public gathering, or public amusement, at any public beach or public park, or in any motor vehicle on a public highway" and that “"consume" or 'consumption' includes the ingestion of liquor." Haw. Rev. Stat. § 281-101.5. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
2 Citations
HI (Hawaii)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes  Yes  2 Citations
ID (Idaho)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     1 Citations
ID (Idaho)

Idaho's exceptions relate specifically to the possession of beer or wine.

1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 3 Citations
ID (Idaho)

Although Idaho does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, between July 1, 2000 and June 30, 2016, it had a statutory provision that made it unlawful "[f]or any person under the age of twenty-one (21) years to purchase, attempt to purchase, possess, serve, dispense, or consume beer, wine or other alcoholic liquor" such that "[a] person shall also be deemed to “possess” alcohol that has been consumed by the person, without regard to the place of consumption." Idaho Code § 23-949. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
2 Citations
IL (Illinois)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYes    2 Citations
IL (Illinois)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 1 Citations
IL (Illinois)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
IN (Indiana)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     2 Citations
IN (Indiana)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
IN (Indiana)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
IA (Iowa)
1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 2 Citations
IA (Iowa)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
IA (Iowa)

Prior to July 1, 2014, Iowa law did not specifically prohibit consumption of alcohol by persons under 21, but only generally prohibited the use or consumption of alcohol by any person in a public place. Iowa added a specific underage consumption prohibition beginning on July 1, 2014.

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 2 Citations
KS (Kansas)

CONSUMPTION: Kansas has an exception permitting persons under 21 years of age to consume alcohol but the exception applies only to cereal malt beverages (defined as any fermented but undistilled liquor brewed or made from malt or from a mixture of malt or malt substitute, but not including any such liquor which is more than 3.2 percent ABW).

1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     2 Citations
KS (Kansas)

POSSESSION: Kansas has an exception permitting persons under 21 years of age to possess alcohol but the exception only applies to cereal malt beverages (defined as any fermented but undistilled liquor brewed or made from malt or from a mixture of malt or malt substitute, but not including any such liquor which is more than 3.2 percent ABW).

1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
KS (Kansas)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Kansas has an exception permitting persons under 21 years of age to possess or consume alcohol but the exception applies only to cereal malt beverages (defined as any fermented but undistilled liquor brewed or made from malt or from a mixture of malt or malt substitute, but not including any such liquor which is more than 3.2 percent ABW).

1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     3 Citations
KY (Kentucky)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
KY (Kentucky)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
KY (Kentucky)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
LA (Louisiana)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes Yes 2 Citations
LA (Louisiana)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes Yes 2 Citations
LA (Louisiana)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
ME (Maine)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 2 Citations
ME (Maine)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
ME (Maine)
1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 3 Citations
MD (Maryland)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
MD (Maryland)

Maryland's exception includes members of an individual's "immediate family" when the alcoholic beverage is furnished and consumed "in a private residence or within the curtilage of the residence." APIS interprets the phrase “immediate family” as including a spouse. See Md. Code Ann., Crim. Law § 10-117(c)(1) beginning October 1, 2002, and Md. Ann. Code 1957 art. 27, § 401A(c)(1) prior to October 1, 2002.

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 2 Citations
MD (Maryland)

Maryland's exception includes members of an individual's "immediate family" when the alcoholic beverage is furnished and possessed "in a private residence or within the curtilage of the residence." APIS interprets the phrase “immediate family” as including a spouse. See Md. Code Ann., Crim. Law § 10-117(c)(1) beginning October 1, 2002, and Md. Ann. Code 1957 art. 27, § 401A(c)(1) prior to October 1, 2002.

1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 4 Citations
MA (Massachusetts)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYes    1 Citations
MA (Massachusetts)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
MA (Massachusetts)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
MI (Michigan)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
MI (Michigan)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     2 Citations
MI (Michigan)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     2 Citations
MN (Minnesota)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception   Only in combination with another exception1 Citations
MN (Minnesota)
1/1/2017PossessionYes    Yes1 Citations
MN (Minnesota)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Minnesota does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful "[f]or any person under the age of 21 years to consume any alcoholic beverages" and further defines "consume" to " [include] the ingestion of an alcoholic beverage and the physical condition of having ingested an alcoholic beverage." Minn. Stat. § 340A.503. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
1 Citations
MS (Mississippi)

Mississippi's Parent/Guardian exception applies to those persons at least 18 years old and only for possession of light wine or beer. The Location exception is not limited to persons between 18 and 21, and only applies to alcoholic beverages, not including light wine or beer.

1/1/2017PossessionYesYes Yes  4 Citations
MS (Mississippi)

Mississippi's Parent/Guardian exception applies to those persons at least 18 years old and only for consumption of light wine or beer.

1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
1 Citations
MS (Mississippi)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
MO (Missouri)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
MO (Missouri)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     4 Citations
MO (Missouri)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     3 Citations
MT (Montana)

The parental exception to Montana's possession and consumption statute only applies to alcohol supplied and consumed in a "nonintoxicating quantity." In Montana, "intoxicating quantity" is defined as a quantity "sufficient to produce ... a blood, breath, or urine alcohol concentration in excess of 0.05 ... or substantial or visible mental or physical impairment." See Mont. Code Ann. §§ 16-6-305, 45-5-624.

1/1/2017PossessionYesYes    2 Citations
MT (Montana)

The parental exception to Montana's possession and consumption statute only applies to alcohol supplied and consumed in a "nonintoxicating quantity." In Montana, "intoxicating quantity" is defined as a quantity "sufficient to produce ... a blood, breath, or urine alcohol concentration in excess of 0.05 ... or substantial or visible mental or physical impairment." See Mont. Code Ann. §§ 16-6-305, 45-5-624.

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYes    2 Citations
MT (Montana)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
NE (Nebraska)

Although Nebraska does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on April 4, 2001, it provides that "...no minor may...consume, or have in his or her possession or physical control any alcoholic liquor...." See Neb. Rev. St. § 53-180.02. “Consume” is defined as “knowingly and intentionally drinking or otherwise ingesting alcoholic liquor." See Neb. Rev. St. § 53-103 prior to July 15, 2010, and Neb. Rev. St. § 53-103.11 effective on July 15, 2010. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
5 Citations
NE (Nebraska)

Nebraska makes an exception for persons who are at least sixteen years old to carry alcohol from licensed establishments when they are accompanied by any person who is not a minor.

1/1/2017PossessionYes    Yes5 Citations
NE (Nebraska)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes    Yes5 Citations
NV (Nevada)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYesYes  1 Citations
NV (Nevada)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
NV (Nevada)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
NH (New Hampshire)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
NH (New Hampshire)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
NH (New Hampshire)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     3 Citations
NJ (New Jersey)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes  Yes  1 Citations
NJ (New Jersey)
1/1/2017PossessionYes  Yes  1 Citations
NJ (New Jersey)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
NM (New Mexico)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
NM (New Mexico)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
NM (New Mexico)

POSSESSION: In New Mexico beginning July 1, 2004, possession of alcoholic beverages by a person under 21 is specifically allowed when "a parent, legal guardian or adult spouse of a minor serves alcoholic beverages to that minor on real property, other than licensed premises, under the control of the parent, legal guardian or adult
spouse.”

1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception  2 Citations
NY (New York)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYes    1 Citations
NY (New York)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
NY (New York)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
NC (North Carolina)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     3 Citations
NC (North Carolina)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     3 Citations
NC (North Carolina)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     2 Citations
ND (North Dakota)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although North Dakota does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on August 1, 1999, it has a statutory provision that prohibits an individual under 21 from having "recently consumed" an alcoholic beverage. N.D. Cent. Code § 5-01-08. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
2 Citations
ND (North Dakota)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     1 Citations
ND (North Dakota)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
OH (Ohio)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes   1 Citations
OH (Ohio)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   1 Citations
OH (Ohio)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
OK (Oklahoma)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
OK (Oklahoma)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYes Yes  5 Citations
OK (Oklahoma)

Prior to November 1, 2015, persons under 21 could consume low-point beer (defined as beer or malt beverages not more than 3.2 percent ABW) if under the direct supervision of their parent or guardian. (Provisions specific to beer containing not more than 3.2 percent alcohol by weight are not used as a basis for APIS coding.) Effective November 1, 2015, the prohibition was expanded to prohibit consumption of "low-point beer" or any "intoxicating liquor."

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYes Yes  4 Citations
OR (Oregon)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 1 Citations
OR (Oregon)
1/1/2017PossessionYesOnly in combination with another exception  Only in combination with another exception 1 Citations
OR (Oregon)

Although Oregon does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, it does prohibit "personal possession" of an alcoholic beverage. "Personal possession" includes the "consumption of a bottle of such beverages, or any portion thereof or a drink of such beverages." Or. Rev. Stat. § 471.430. Laws that prohibit minors from having alcohol in their bodies, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
1 Citations
PA (Pennsylvania)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     1 Citations
PA (Pennsylvania)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
PA (Pennsylvania)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
RI (Rhode Island)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     2 Citations
RI (Rhode Island)
1/1/2017Consumption-     No Law
RI (Rhode Island)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
SC (South Carolina)
1/1/2017PossessionYes    Yes5 Citations
SC (South Carolina)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     4 Citations
SC (South Carolina)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes    Yes5 Citations
SD (South Dakota)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
SD (South Dakota)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   3 Citations
SD (South Dakota)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes   3 Citations
TN (Tennessee)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     1 Citations
TN (Tennessee)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     1 Citations
TN (Tennessee)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
TX (Texas)

In Texas, a minor may possess an alcoholic beverage if the minor is in the visible presence of his adult parent, guardian, or spouse. Tex. Alco. Bev. Code Ann. § 106.05.

1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   2 Citations
TX (Texas)

In Texas, a minor may consume an alcoholic beverage if it is in the visible presence of the minor's adult parent, guardian or spouse.

1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes   2 Citations
TX (Texas)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
UT (Utah)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     3 Citations
UT (Utah)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     3 Citations
UT (Utah)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYes     4 Citations
VT (Vermont)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     4 Citations
VT (Vermont)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Vermont does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning on July 1, 2000, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful for a minor to, "consume malt or vinous beverages or spirituous liquors. A violation of this subdivision may be prosecuted in a jurisdiction where the minor has consumed malt or vinous beverages or spirituous liquors, or in a jurisdiction where the indicators of consumption are observed." Vt. Stat. Ann. tit. 7, § 657. Laws that punish minors for displaying "indicators of consumption" or for "exhibiting the effects" of having consumed alcohol, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
5 Citations
VT (Vermont)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     5 Citations
VA (Virginia)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Virginia does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, beginning onJuly 1, 2003, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful for a minor to "exhibit evidence of physical indicia of consumption of alcohol". Va. Code Ann. § 4.1-305. Laws that punish minors for displaying "indicators of consumption" or for "exhibiting the effects" of having consumed alcohol, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
VA (Virginia)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesOnly in combination with another exceptionOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 5 Citations
VA (Virginia)

POSSESSION: Virginia law provides for two separate family exceptions. First, Virginia permits persons under twenty-one to possess alcoholic beverages due to such person's "making a delivery of alcoholic beverages by order of his parent." APIS interprets the phrase “by order of his parent” as providing for parental consent. Va. Code Ann. § 4.1-305. Second, Virginia permits underage possession when an alcoholic beverage is provided to an underage guest in a private residence and the underage guest is "accompanied by a parent, guardian, or spouse who is twenty-one years of age or older." Va. Code Ann. §§ 4.1-305, 4.1-200. The second exception is limited to specific locations, but the first one is not. Because at least one of these exceptions is not conditioned on a specific location, APIS codes the Parent/Guardian exception with a check mark rather than a plus sign.

1/1/2017PossessionYesYesOnly in combination with another exception Only in combination with another exception 5 Citations
WA (Washington)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYes    1 Citations
WA (Washington)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYes    2 Citations
WA (Washington)

INTERNAL POSSESSION: Although Washington does not prohibit Internal Possession as defined by APIS, it has a statutory provision that makes it unlawful for a minor to "be in a public place…while exhibiting the effects of having consumed liquor." Wash. Rev. Code § 66.44.270. Laws that punish minors for displaying "indicators of consumption" or for "exhibiting the effects" of having consumed alcohol, but which do so without reference to a blood, breath, or urine test, are not considered as prohibiting Internal Possession as defined by APIS.

1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
WV (West Virginia)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYes     3 Citations
WV (West Virginia)
1/1/2017PossessionYes     3 Citations
WV (West Virginia)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
WI (Wisconsin)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   2 Citations
WI (Wisconsin)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes   2 Citations
WI (Wisconsin)
1/1/2017Internal Possession-     No Law
WY (Wyoming)
1/1/2017PossessionYesYesYes   2 Citations
WY (Wyoming)
1/1/2017ConsumptionYesYesYes   2 Citations
WY (Wyoming)
1/1/2017Internal PossessionYesYesYes   2 Citations
US ( United States)

Please see Federal Law for this policy topic.

1/1/2017Consumption     No Law
US ( United States)

Please see Federal Law for this policy topic.

1/1/2017Possession     No Law
US ( United States)

Please see Federal Law for this policy topic.

1/1/2017Internal Possession     No Law