Insider Index: This week in Salem, by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon political stories:
• 28.5: Percentage of pot shops that were out of compliance with purchase age laws in a recent OLCC sting. The agency checked 56 shops throughout Western and Central Oregon.
• 6: Whole chickens State Rep. Julie Parrish, R-Tualatin/West Linn purchased at Fred Meyer, when they were on sale for 79 cents a pound, according to a profile this week by OPB. Parrish, whose twitter handle is @hotcouponmama, is also petitioning to change the state's Medicaid funding structure.
• $100: Monthly stipend paid to the mayor of Corvallis, Biff Traber, who does not draw a salary.
• 36: Number of District Attorneys in Oregon. The District Attorneys' Association is pushing for a ballot measure to discontinue Oregon's constitutional measure that permits juries to convict defendants by a 10-2 vote, according to Willamette Week.
• 37,073: Oregon "Wine Country" license plates that have been sold since the plate's inception in 2011.
• 12: Oregon locales added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2017
• 403: Beavers killed by the USDA's wildlife service in Oregon in 2016, according to The Oregonian. USDA is halting the program while it figures out whether killing the beavers harms salmon and steelhead.
• 15: Governors of coastal states, including Gov. Kate Brown, who oppose the Trump Administration efforts to liberalize offshore drilling
• $29 million: Amount three plaintiffs are seeking in a lawsuit filed Wednesday against the Archdiocese of Portland, claiming a now-deceased Oregon coast priest sexually abused them, according to The Oregonian
• 100: Approximate number of Oregon companies that would have to buy a permit to cover their carbon emissions if the current version of a Cap and Trade plan is passed by the legislature, according to OPB.