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.
$31,200: Approximate amount most state legislators will be paid this year, according to OPB, after a 28 percent raise Feb. 1.
63: Percent by which some lawmakers want to increase their pay through a new proposal, OPB reports.
350: People whose personal information may have been compromised due to a data breach at the Oregon Department of Human Services, according to The Oregonian.
9: DHS employees who opened "phishing" emails and clicked on links inside, allowing an outside party to gain access to their state email accounts, The Oregonian reported.
68: Percent increase in the number of "super commuters" in the Portland area — people for whom it takes an hour and half or more to get to work — since 2005, according to Willamette Week.
104: Percent increase in the number of Portlanders working from home since then.
2,400: Artworks commissioned by the state since 1975 that will now be available to search for online at state-of- -art-collection.org/, according to the Register-Guard.
800: Artists featured in the state's One Percent for Art collection, which dedicates 1 percent of certain state construction funds to acquire public art.
15: Recommendations state auditors made to the Oregon Department of Education in 2017 to improve alternative and online education, according to the Secretary of State's Office.
0: Recommendations that the department has fully implemented as of this month, the Secretary of State said in a follow-up report this week. It has partially implemented three of the recommendations made more than a year ago.