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Insider Index: This week by the numbers

Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.

Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.

60,000: Oregonians who could lose food stamps under a push by the federal government to tighten eligibility requirements for the program, according to The Oregonian.

911,000: Approximate number of Oregonians who receive the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or food stamps, according to OPB.

552,900: Oregonians who are food insecure, according to the Oregon Food Bank.

194,070: Of those who are food insecure, those who are children.

$2.8 million: Amount Oregon received as part of a nationwide settlement with credit monitor Equifax.

47: Oregon Gov. Kate Brown's rank among U.S. governors in terms of popularity in their own states, according to a survey from Morning Consult, reported by The Oregonian.

1/6: Rate of Oregon students chronically absent from school, according to NPR.

420: Approximate age of a Douglas Fir that loggers cut down in an Oregon State University research forest, according to CNN. OSU now says that was a mistake and plans to update its forest management plan.

160: Maximum age of trees that can be logged on Oregon State University research forests under a new moratorium, CNN reports.

10: Confirmed cases of whales that have gotten entangled in commercial fishing nets this year in Oregon, Washington and California, according to The Astorian.