Jim Anderson (American politician)
He served as a member of the Wyoming House of Representatives from 1997 to 2000. From 2001 until his resignation on March 3, 2015, he served as a member of the Wyoming Senate. He served as President of the Wyoming Senate. He has stated that education is "the biggest social issue." He is opposed to gambling. In 2010, he sponsored a bill of 'cowboy ethics' after reading James Owen's book, Code of the West, about applying these principles to business.
He is a member of the Rotary International, the Glenrock Chamber of Commerce, the National Rifle Association, Moose International. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Mining Associates of Wyoming. He is also a member of the Executive Committee of the Council of State Governments.
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- 'Platte County Republican Party hosts Wyoming Congressional Delegation at Fall BBQ', in Platte County Record-Times, Oct 6th, 2011 
- Ben Neary, 'Wyoming lawmakers to face social, financial issues', in BusinessWeek, 
- Joan Barron, 'Education, states' rights expected to dominate 2011 Wyoming Legislature', in Billings Gazette, January 8, 2011 
- Joan Barron, 'Lawmakers view lottery differently Lawmakers view lottery differently', in Casper Star-Tribune, January 31, 2003 
- Associated Press, 'Wyo. legislators seek ‘cowboy ethics’ code', on Boston.com, February 24, 2010 
- Dustin Bleizeffer, 'Coal turns economic wheels outside the mines', in Casper Star-Tribune, January 28, 2009 
- Council of State Governments Executive Committee