From the Executive Summary: "As Governors continue to focus on mitigating the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease 2019] pandemic and distributing vaccines, many are already asking key state policymakers and stakeholders to develop plans to achieve a robust and equitable recovery. This brief summarizes the leadership structures used to develop these plans, the processes they have followed, their areas of focus, and the key recommendations of seventeen state economic recovery agendas prepared in response to the pandemic and economic crisis of 2020-2021. The states whose efforts are summarized here are: Alaska, Arkansas, California, Connecticut, Hawai'i, Indiana, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Missouri, Tennessee, Utah, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. The brief presents information on broad state economic recovery 'agendas' - including related publicly-available 'plans' - that often address issues state policymakers are most concerned about by proposing initiatives and strategies that could contribute to economic recovery. [...] Through a table format, the brief provides an overview of the following information on each of the seventeen highlighted state agendas/plans:  The state and lead state organization(s) or individual(s) engaged in the recovery planning;  The report/plan title, link and date, as well as any official press materials;  An overview of the effort's process and key focus areas; and  Recommendations/priorities or goals being addressed, and time horizons presented where applicable."
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