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.
4: Hours the House debated the Student Success Act on Wednesday, after it took more than two hours for a clerk to read the entire bill aloud.
37-21: Vote passing the bill.
10: Percent amount by which lawmakers may increase school funding if the same bill makes it through the Senate, according to The Oregonian.
6: U.S. states, including Oregon, that allow undocumented immigrants to apply for and get financial aid from the state, according to KTVL.
5: Approximate percent of residents in Rep. Lynn Findley, R-Vale's, district that are inmates, according to OPB. The state is considering a bill that would count those inmates as residents of the district where they lived before they went to prison, instead of the place where they're incarcerated.
64,000: Number of people each Oregon House District contains.
$80 million: Amount SEIU Local 503 is asking for more caseworkers in at the state Department of Human Services.
10,500: People who live in Damascus, Ore. The Oregon Court of Appeals ruled this week that the city didn't legally disincorporate during its 2016 attempt via ballot measure, which a simple majority of voters approved, according to The Oregonian.
29 million: Overnight visitors who came to Oregon last year, according to OPB.
$12.8 billion: Amount travelers spent in Oregon in 2018, OPB reports.