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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.

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.