Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
$6 million: Federal grants that a U.S. District Judge ruled this week were unlawfully withheld from Portland and Oregon by the Trump Administration over Oregon's sanctuary law, according to OPB.
53,000: Members of the #TimberUnity Facebook group, which arose in opposition to cap and trade, according to Willamette Week.
13: Percent of Oregonians who are Hispanic or Latino, according to the Oregon Office of Economic Analysis.
60.8: Percent of Oregon families where women are the sole, primary or co-breadwinner, according to the Center for American Progress.
$3,000: Amount the Stand With Our Senators Political Action Committee donated to the campaigns of each Republican senator who walked out of the legislature to protest cap and trade, according to The Oregonian.
$3,500: Amount in fines each of those senators face — $500 for each day they were absent.
$12.25 million: Economic damages the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs is seeking in a lawsuit alleging that a rancher, workers and the John Deere farm equipment company are at fault for a 2017 wildfire that impacted the tribes' reservation, according to The Oregonian.
106: Square miles of land the Nena Springs fire burned, The Oregonian reports.
$48 million: Amount a proposed liquified natural gas pipeline and export terminal would pay in corporate taxes if completed here, the company claimed in a letter to Oregon Gov. Kate Brown, according to The Medford Mail-Tribune. The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality denied the project a needed Clean Water Act permit to move forward.
56,000: Approximate acres of hemp planted in Oregon, according to the Ashland Tidings.