MADISON (AP) -- Republican Gov.-elect Scott Walker will be briefed on Monday by organizers of a conference focusing on Wisconsin's economy.
The briefing will include recommendations for Walker and the Legislature on how to create jobs, jump-start the economy and address other challenges facing the state.
The recommendations were written by elected officials, business leaders, educators, taxpayers and others.
They held a series of meetings on how to put more people back to work and improve the economy.
Monday's meeting is hosted by the University of Wisconsin System, Competitive Wisconsin Inc., the Wisconsin Technology Council, the Wisconsin Way and the Wisconsin Higher Education Business Roundtable.
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