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.
49: States — the only exception is Oregon — that require juries to reach unanimous verdicts. A bill to ask voters whether to abolish non-unanimous juries here died in the Oregon Senate over the legislature's busy final days, according to OPB.
4: Years Rep. Jennifer Williamson, of Portland, has led House Democrats. She announced this week that she would not seek reelection to that role.
105: Bills the Oregon Senate passed on Saturday, in a flurry of activity leading up to the legislative deadline.
2.8 million: Oregonians who live in areas that will be affected by a bill to reduce the urban lots that allow only single-family housing to be built there.
$0.50: Raise minimum wage workers in Oregon are receiving starting July 1.
7: Percentage of Oregon workers who will be affected by the hike, according to The Statesman-Journal.
73,151: New businesses registered in Oregon last year, a record, according to Willamette Week.
$10.35 million: Increase in the budget of Oregon's Farm-to-School Network, a program to get locally grown and processed food into schools, according to the Capital Press.
2021: The year Oregonians without proof of legal residency will be able to get a driver's license under HB 2015.