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.
• 15: Percentage of the state workforce in the food industry, according to the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.
$93.4 million: Amount Multnomah County spent on mental health services last year, according to Willamette Week.
• 54: Oregon House District where Future PAC — the committee supporting Oregon House Democrats — has withdrawn support for the Democratic candidate, Nathan Boddie, in the wake of alleged homophobic and misogynistic comments.
• 145,000: Government workers covered by union contracts in Oregon, according to OPB.
• $110 million: Amount a new transit tax, going into effect July 1, will provide local transit districts annually, according to the Register-Guard.
• 180: Approximate number of international students at Oregon public universities affected by the Trump Administration's ban on certain predominantly-Muslim countries, according to OPB.
• 10: Years Purdue Pharma, the maker of opioid Oxycontin, has violated its settlement with the state of Oregon to end certain marketing practices, according to the state, which plans to sue the company a second time, according to The Oregonian.
• 43: Initiative petition that supporters are withdrawing from efforts to get on the 2018 ballot, opting to aim for 2020 instead.
• 9: Protestors — who occupied the areas around Immigration & Customs Enforcement offices in Portland — detained by authorities Thursday.
• 11: Days since the occupation began June 17, in response to the Trump administration's family separation policy at the U.S.-Mexico border.