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.
44: Pages of an amended bill to tighten the state's gun laws.
320: Senate Bill to keep Oregon on Daylight Saving time year-round, according to The Oregonian.
13: School districts that met graduation rate targets for special education students in 2017, according to Oregon Public Broadcasting.
197: School districts in Oregon, according to the Oregon Department of Education.
500: Maximum acres of canola that could be grown annually in the Willamette Valley under a proposal from the state legislature, which passed a key vote Thursday, according to the Capital Press.
$70,000: Estimated amount a former state trooper is accused of stealing from the Oregon State Police Officers' Union, according to The Oregonian.
12: Initiative Petition to legalize psilocybin mushrooms in Oregon via the 2020 ballot.
2: Complaints the chief petitioners have made to the Secretary of State, claiming a former employee has become a "rogue canvasser" to undermine their campaign, according to Willamette Week.
4: Women in statewide executive office with the swearing-in of Secretary of State Bev Clarno on Wednesday: Gov. Kate Brown, Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum, Labor Commissioner Val Hoyle. Tobias Read is the lone man; Martha Walters leads the Oregon Supreme Court as Chief Justice.
200: Pigs Clarno, a Central Oregon rancher, famously said she has castrated in a day. She reportedly cited the figure as proof of her mettle to be speaker of the Oregon House.