Innovative ideas arising from the recent economic summits have been formed into a strategic plan for Wisconsin. These ideas have merit.

With cloudy skies still hanging over the Wisconsin economy, the gauges remain worrisome. The state’s share of national Gross Domestic Product is down, income levels are below the national average, wages are falling and state government faces a continuing fiscal crisis.

Turning those indicators around requires innovative thinking and the courage to take bold action. A provocative new document arising from a series of economic summits around the state suggests how to do that. It’s full of good ideas worth a broader discussion.

Read a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel story here.