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.
• 2 million: Approximate number of tax returns the state receives every year.
• 88: Percentage of state revenues attributable to the income tax this biennium, according to the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.
• 496,503: Oregon taxpayers who did not receive a refund on their taxes in 2015, according to the Oregon Department of Revenue.
• 1,497,067: Taxpayers who did.
• 32,000: Seats planned for a proposed Major League Baseball stadium in Portland. A company, Portland Diamond Project, has been formed to "facilitate deal-making and to lobby local officials" on bringing the major league sport to the Rose City, according to The Oregonian
• 78: Percentage of bills passed in the Oregon Senate this year with unanimous bipartisan support, according to the office of Sen. Alan DeBoer, R-Ashland.
• 3: Of bills that passed on a party-line vote.
• $76,111: Monthly pension of Dr. Joe Robertson, the retired eye surgeon and head of OHSU. Dr. Robertson's pension and the state's public pension funding woes were highlighted by the New York Times over the weekend
• 1.1 million: Pounds of legal cannabis logged in the state's database, as of February, according to Willamette Week.
• 2: Factor by which the number of legal cannabis farmers is expected to double this summer.