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.
12: Republicans who were absent from the Oregon Senate on Tuesday to protest the current form of the Student Success Act.
11: On Wednesday. And Thursday.
600: Approximate number of Oregon schools that were closed Wednesday for a teacher walkout, according to CNN.
45: Percent of Oregon public school classes that have 26 students or more, CNN reports.
230: Length, in miles, of a proposed liquified natural gas pipeline from Klamath County to Coos Bay, according to The Oregonian. The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality denied a water quality certification for the pipeline this week. The project, Jordan Cove, can reapply.
$3.9 million: Approximate amount of cash that federal prosecutors want to seize from a Newport man who allegedly sold pirated films and TV shows, according to KOIN. Prosecutors also want to seize cryptocurrency.
3389: House Bill that would let the "winners of large multi-state lottery games such as Megamillions and Powerball to accept their winnings anonymously or have them paid into a trust that would not identify them," according to Willamette Week.
-A9: Amendment to the bill proposed by Sen. Chuck Riley, D-Hillsboro, that would stop the Lottery from expanding into online and mobile gambling.
64: Length, in feet, of a fishing boat — the Ann Kathleen — that caught fire and came ashore in an area south of Bandon last week, according to the Statesman-Journal.
1,080: Gallons of diesel fuel that were removed from the boat. As of Thursday, crews were still cleaning up the detritus.