Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
5,555: State workers who have left SEIU 503 between mid-2018 and Sept. 30, according to state figures.
1,009: State workers who have left AFSCME Council 75 in that time frame.
4: Democrats in the race for secretary of state. Dark horse candidate Ryan Wruck announced he was dropping out on Sunday. He endorsed State Sen. Mark Hass, D-Beaverton.
$510,000: Amount the state has agreed to pay to settle a lawsuit brought by the former director of the Oregon Office of Emergency Management, alleging sex discrimination and retaliaiton for blowing the whistle on misspent funds at the agency.
62: Oregon veterinarians who sent a letter to Gov. Kate Brown this week demanding an investigation into the killing of a cougar that wandered by a Eugene school in October, according to The Oregonian.
$306: New fee, effective Jan. 1, to register an electric vehicle in Oregon for two years, according to KTVZ. The biennial fee is lower if you're enrolled in the state's pay-per-mile road usage program, OReGO.
$152: To register a car with fuel economy of 40 mpg or higher for two years. Cars with lower fuel economy pay even less.
65-68: Temperature, in degrees fahrenheit, at which the Oregon HIstorical Society's vault is kept, according to KOIN. The vault holds everything from the control panels from the Trojan nuclear power plant to the saddle presented to Jackson Sundown, the cowboy who won the bronco-busting contest at the 1916 Pendleton Round-Up.
149,360: Signatures that supporters of measures to reform the state's redistricting process need to gather to get any one of the proposals on the November 2020 ballot, according to OPB.
12: Members of a citizens' commission that would be tasked with the work of drawing new legislative and congressional boundaries under the proposed reforms.