For years, North Carolina and New York court systems have been the last in America to set the mantle of adulthood at age 16.
For years, North Carolina and New York court systems have been the last in America to set the mantle of adulthood at age 16. Bert Fox The Charlotte Observer
For years, North Carolina and New York court systems have been the last in America to set the mantle of adulthood at age 16. Bert Fox The Charlotte Observer
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Will North Carolina ever raise its legal age to 18?

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