Minnesota residents turning age 18 reap certain benefits of legally becoming an adult, while also taking on new responsibilities.
Minnesota law defines a “minor” as someone under age 18, and an “adult” as someone age 18 or older. The terms “legal age” and “age of majority” also mean age 18 in Minnesota.
An 18-year-old in Minnesota may get a tattoo, choose where he or she wants to live, obtain a license to be an auctioneer, and vote if citizen, residency and certain other requirements are met. » Read more..