This week Arizona 360 looks at issues related to the economy and their impact in Southern Arizona. That includes analysis on the governor’s proposed budget for education funding from Pima County Superintendent of Schools Dustin Williams. UA Eller College of Management associate professor of economics Juan Pantano discusses how Arizona’s steadily rising minimum wage to $12 an hour has affected the region. And the Pima County Housing Center’s Marcos Ysmael explains factors straining the availability of affordable housing in the Tucson metro area. For Arizona Public Media’s ongoing reporting series Arizona Addicted, Judy Alley reports on the effectiveness of the Arizona Opioid Assistance and Referral Line, which opened in March 2018 and was the first of its kind in the country. Dr. Mohab Ibrahim from Banner-University Medical Center discusses with Lorraine Rivera the impact new prescribing guidelines have had on opioid prescriptions in the state.