Legal gambling age in U.S. is 18, says study


The legal age to start gambling in the United States is 18 and most states allow minors to gamble.

However, it’s not clear how many young people are currently playing the game legally, or whether they’ll start.

The Associated Press looked at the latest statistics on legal gambling, using the latest estimates from the U.N. Conference of Mayors to calculate the average age at which young people start gambling.

The AP used the same definition for adults as it did for minors, but the ages of those who have started betting on the games varies depending on the state.

Legal gambling is illegal in most states, and it’s illegal to gamble in most other countries.

Legal casinos, which are regulated by state governments, are usually run by small, family-run businesses that operate in states that don’t have gambling laws.

They also tend to be run by women and minority ethnic groups, the AP found.

A report released last year by the World Bank, a U.K.-based bank, estimated that as of 2010 there were more than 300,000 legal gambling establishments in the world, up from fewer than 500 in 2010.

That report found that about 10% of these were in the U, and the U’s legal age is 18.

Legal gaming in the StatesThe U.D.S., which has legal gambling as well as a number of European countries, has some of the strictest laws governing the game.

It is illegal to buy or sell a product or service, and those who violate these laws can face fines of up to $1,000, up to 10 years in prison and a fine of up $10,000.

The U, however, has laws that allow those who participate in the games to do so at the discretion of the casinos.

In California, for example, you can buy alcohol in a restaurant without a license, but you can also purchase gambling products online, and you can play in a casino for free if you pay a $10 fee.

There are exceptions to these laws, such as a person who wants to gamble and is also married or a child under the age of 18.

The laws also allow gambling by students under age 21.

Gambling has also been illegal in some countries.

The U.C.L.A. and U.M.L., both U.P.I. territories, allow gambling but also ban the sale of alcohol, tobacco and gambling.

In Australia, people can legally gamble if they’re at least 21 years old.

However in the country, gambling is strictly regulated by the state, and there are laws that restrict gambling in certain locations.

For example, it is illegal for people to gamble at an establishment that has more than 100 tables or is more than 15 minutes away from a casino.

It’s also illegal to own a slot machine, and people are required to pay $2,000 to buy a license.

The number of licensed machines is capped at 2,000 machines.