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.
492: Pages in Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's budget, released this week.
$1.9 billion: Extra amount Brown wants to pour into education aside from money needed to maintain existing services.
$23.6 billion: Brown's proposed general fund budget.
52: Days, as of Friday, until the 2019 legislative session.
6: Founding members of the Coalition for the Common Good, an alliance between labor interests, health care and business to raise tax money for schools, according to OPB.
$1 billion to $1.5 billion: Amount needed to stabilize rapidly growing rates for school districts paying into the state's public pension system.
$225 million: Amount the governor has put toward that purpose in her budget. She says she'll work with the Legislature to come up with the rest.
$250 million: Approximate value of Motivate, a bike rental company that operates Portland's Biketown bike share program among other city bike shares. Lyft bought Motivate this week for an undisclosed sum, according to The Oregonian.
1,000: Estimated number of Dungeness crab permit holders in Oregon and Washington, according to the Statesman-Journal. Commercial crabbers on the west coast sued 30 fossil fuel companies this week, saying that their environmental damage had hurt the industry.
1987: Year the Legislature approved the state motto "Alis Volat Propriis," or "She Flies With Her Own Wings." It was also Oregon's motto from 1854 until 1957, when the Legislature approved the motto "The Union" to reflect the state's unity after early divisions over slavery.