The family that drinks together..well, I guess gets drunk together.

Just think what it would be like to go to a bar and drink with your 18-year-old.A new bill in Colorado could allow parents to buy alcoholic drinks for their children. It would be for children who are 18 years and older, but are not 21 yet. . The bill would only allow parents to purchase alcohol for their kids 18 and older at Colorado bars and restaurants.

The state of Wisconsin has a similar law that allows those 18-21 to be served alcohol with a parent, guardian or spouse that is over the age of 21. Are we ready to do this here in Michigan?