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.
78.7: Average rate at which Oregon students graduated on time in 2018, according to OPB.
76.7: Last year's rate.
66.2: In 2008, according to Willamette Week.
$17: Amount by which the Oregon Marine Board has proposed increasing raft and kayak fees, according to the Statesman-Journal.
3 billion: Gallons of water Intel uses every year at its campus in Washington County, according to The Oregonian.
$150 million: Bonds Oregon will issue to help the chipmaker pay for a massive $600 million water treatment project at its campus in Hillsboro, according to The Oregonian. The project could reduce the company's water use by one-third.
320,000: Oregonians whose food stamps could be at risk if the federal government shutdown extends beyond February, according to The Associated Press.
260: Kids with disabilities who reported being subjected to shorter school days than their peers in rural school districts between Sept. 2016 and Nov. 2018, according to The Oregonian. A class action lawsuit was filed on behalf of four kids against the state over the practice this week, alleging it violates civil rights laws.
90: Percent of bottles and cans that Oregonians are returning for recycling after the state doubled the rebate from 5 to 10 cents, according to The Associated Press.
23: Confirmed cases of measles in Clark County, Wash., across the river from Portland, according to USA Today. Officials there have declared a public health emergency.