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.
37: Oregon legislators who are sponsoring a measure offering a public health care plan to those who don't qualify for Medicaid or Medicare.
1,750: New jobs Intel may create in Hillsboro if its proposed expansion goes through, according to the Portland Business Journal.
$350 million: Amount in farm gate sales that Oregon organic farmers generate every year, according to the Capital Press. Organic farmers gathered at the state Capitol Feb. 6.
864: Organic businesses in Oregon.
112: Years the Oregon School of Art and Craft in Portland has been open, according to OPB. This May, it will stop offering degrees.
31,300: Oregonians estimated to quit smoking if the state hikes tobacco taxes to $2 per pack, according to The Salem Reporter.
$300 million: Amount of tax money the proposed increase is expected to generate in the next two years.
582,000: Kids enrolled in Oregon K-12 schools, according to The Oregonian.
84: Oregon children in foster care who are being housed in out-of-state facilities, according to OPB.
$2.5 million: Amount Oregon spent on sending kids out of state between October and December 2018, according to OPB.