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.
• 124: Wolves in Oregon, according to a new state biologists' report.
• 5: Months Mark Johnson spent as CEO of Oregon Business & Industry, one of the state's leading business lobbying groups, before his firing Tuesday evening in light of comments he made about a former colleague in the legislature.
• $5 million: Amount for which Multnomah County will sell the unused Wapato Jail to a developer.
• $10.8 million: Initial amount the developer, Marty Kehoe, offered for the property last year.
• $15,000: Minimum value of stock in Facebook held by U.S. Rep. Kurt Schrader, D-Ore., according to Roll Call. Schrader is one of 28 U.S. lawmakers who hold stock in the social media giant.
• $37 million: Amount Oregon will receive in federal grant funding to repair damage done to infrastructure by wildfires.
• 9,668: People employed in Oregon's forestry and logging sector in 2016, according to the Oregon Employment Department.
• 27: Oregon's rank among states for population.
• $500 million: Rough value of exports to China that could be affected by recent tariffs, according to the Peterson Institute for International Economics and the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis. The actual impact of the tariffs on the state is likely to be smaller.
• 2: Percentage of Oregon annual GDP attributable to trade with China, according to the Office of Economic Analysis.