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.
1: Oregon Senators — Denyc Boles, a Republican from Salem — sworn in this week. Boles represented Salem in the House prior to replacing the late Sen. Jackie Winters, who passed away May 29.
$500: Amount each Republican Senator has been fined for each day of session they miss.
57: Bikes and scooters Multnomah County Sheriff's officials have pulled from the Willamette River in Portland over the course of two days, according to the agency's Twitter account.
<2: Years that Marilyn Jones, the director of the Child Welfare Division at the Department of Human Services, had been on the job until it was announced she was retiring June 26.
2017: Year Jones was brought on to lead a troubled division, responsible for thousands of Oregon children, into reforms. Her deputy, Jana Mclellan, will succeed her as interim director until a new director is hired, according to DHS.
65: Percent of the campaign donations that the Republican senators who walked out have received that are from corporate donors, according to The Oregonian.
50: Percent of the state's mining sites the state's Department of Geology and Mineral Industries wanted to inspect in 2018, according to The Oregonian.
13: Percent they did inspect. The governor's office is considering ceasing the agency after it's gone over budget two times in the past four years, The Oregonian reports.
31-28: Vote by which the House approved a bill to allow cyclists to yield, rather than stop, at stop signs and flashing red lights, according to Streetsblog California.
1982: Year that Idaho pioneered such a law, giving the policy its name: "The Idaho Stop."