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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.

• 58,000: Estimated acres of crops burned in the Substation Fire in Wasco County, according to OPB.

• $59.9 million: Cost of a massive renovation project at the state Capitol, which is expected to be complete by the end of 2019, according to the Statesman-Journal.

• 2 million: Pounds of marijuana the state can produce every year, according to a new report from the Oregon-Idaho High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area.

• 186,100-372,600: Estimated range, in pounds, of annual demand for cannabis by Oregonians.

• 54: Democrats running for the House supported by Future PAC, the House Democratic campaign arm. The PAC sent out a fundraising email this week asking donors to contribute $54.

• 55: Actual number of Democrats running for the House. Future PAC is leaving out Nathan Boddie, of Bend, in the wake of sexual harassment allegations

• 5,000: E-scooter rides taken last weekend in Portland, which has given three companies permits to rent out e-scooters, according to Willamette Week.

• $75,000: Amount city could collect in four-month pilot period for the 25-cent rides.

• 788: Acres of state trust forestland that the state sold in 2014 to Seneca Jones Timber Co., in a move that an Oregon Court of Appeals decision this week says is illegal, according to the Register-Guard and the Portland Business Journal.

• 6,000: Estimated cougar population in Oregon, according to KATU.