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.
• 243,000: Approximate number of Oregonians who are uninsured, according to the Oregon Health Authority.
• 54: Years Kah-Nee-Ta resort, on the Warm Springs reservation, had been open until going out of business and closing Wednesday.
• $10 billion: Approximate value of a missile defense system President Donald J. Trump reportedly wanted to move from South Korea to Portland, according to Willamette Week, citing Bob Woodward's new book on the Trump White House.
• $12.75: Maximum value of a monthly discount that low-income households in Oregon can get on phone and high-speed internet service through Oregon Lifeline. Sept. 10-14 is National Lifeline Awareness Week.
• 7: Votes by which now-Gov. Kate Brown won her first election, to the state House of Representatives in 1992.
• 180: Number of school days both Brown and her rival, GOP nominee Knute Buehler, want Oregon schoolkids to have.
• 165: Current number of school days in Oregon.
• $8.2 million: State and local tax revenue Oregon stands to gain if the state's graduation rate climbs to 90 percent, according to the Alliance for Excellent Education.
• 724: Tons of garbage clean-up crews removed from downtown Portland streets last year, according to The Oregonian
• 14: States, including Oregon, that require some kind of supermajority — 2/3, 3/4 or 3/5 — vote on tax increases, according to the National Conference of State Legislatures.