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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.

• 8.36: Hours Monday's special session lasted.

• 1,687: Grant County residents who voted last week in favor of legalizing recreational marijuana there, according to the Blue Mountain Eagle.

• 1,492: People who voted against it.

• 23,000: Approximate number of books, audio recordings and videos in the Wallowa County library system, which the county is closing down, according to the Wallowa County Chieftain.

• 65: Percentage of voters who rejected a bond measure to fund a new countywide library district through property taxes last week, nearly a year after the Wallowa County Commission said it would no longer fund the libraries.

• 2: City libraries in the county, located in Enterprise and Joseph.

• 116,500: Upriver spring Chinook salmon expected to return to the mouth of the Columbia River in the three-week season that starts May 25, according to ODFW.

• 18,500: People who lived in Vanport, a city north of Portland that was destroyed in a flood May 30, 1948, according to The Oregonian

• 15: Minimum number of people who died in the flood, caused by when a 200-ft. section of a dike bordering the Columbia River broke.

• $4 million: Approximate funds Gov. Kate Brown's campaign has raised, according to the Portland Business Journal, including donations from architect Frank Gehry and investor George Soros.