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.
• 10,000: Applications for clemency awaiting review at the U.S. Justice Department.
• 2: Oregon ranchers granted pardons by President Donald J. Trump this week.
• 19: Oregon's rank among states for business friendliness, according to a new ranking by CNBC.
• 22 million: Estimated number of voters who could get registered if every state implemented an automatic voter registration program like Oregon's, according to the Center for American Progress.
• 52: Percentage of Portland arrests in 2017 that were of a homeless person, according to The Oregonian — even though, at most, about 3 percent of the city's population is homeless. Portland Police Chief Daniel Outlaw asked for an investigation into the trend this week.
• 86: Percent of arrests of homeless people that were for nonviolent crimes.
• $17,000: Annual tuition at the Art Institute of Portland, a private arts college that shuttered this week.
• 110,445: Signatures submitted to the Secretary of State's Office in support of IP 22, which would repeal an Oregon law that prohibits state and local law enforcement from spending money to apprehend or detain people whose only crime is being in the U.S. illegally.
• 37: Days people in the Portland-Metro area experienced polluted air in 2016, according to KATU.
138: In Los Angeles