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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.

Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon political stories.

• 11,880: Calls for service the Oregon State Police couldn't respond to last year because they didn't have enough troopers, according to The Salem Reporter.

• 1,300: Number of government employees Oregon's new public records advocate has trained on the state's public records laws. Ginger McCall, an attorney who took the post in April, released a report on her observations of the state's implementation of public records policies late last month.

• 2: Years that the University of Oregon's athletic department will be on "probation" for infractions in its basketball and track and field programs found by the NCAA, according to The Oregonian.

• $40: Price of a lift ticket at the Hoodoo Ski Area, on U.S. Highway 20 west of Bend, which opens Friday, according to The Bulletin.

• 60: Percent of Oregonians who would support diverting state "kicker" funds to rainy day fund for schools to help with funding during an economic downturn, according to figures from a poll discussed at this week's annual Oregon Leadership Summit, cited by The Oregonian.

• 9: Casinos operated by Native American tribes in Oregon, according to Willamette Week. The Coquille tribe is expecting a decision soon from the Bureau of Indian Affairs about whether they'll be able to open a new casino in Medford.

• 143: Casinos in Oklahoma.

• 21,000: Tons of goat meat the U.S. exports to Australia every year, according to the Capital Press. Domestic demand for goat meat is steadily increasing.

• 3,000: Fewer straws per month that Portland taqueria ¿Por Qué No? uses now that it has implemented a policy where customers only get a straw if they need one. The City of Portland has made that by-request-only policy into a citywide ordinance applying to plasticware to take effect in July, according to OPB.

• $95: Amount a Portland retailer, Olo, is charging for a cannabis-infused perfume, allegedly the first of its kind, according to KXAN. The perfume doesn't contain THC, the psychoactive ingredient in cannabis.