Insider Index: This week by the numbers
Here are 10 numbers that illustrate some of this week's big, and small, Oregon news stories.
32: Real-ID compliant drivers' licenses the state would have to issue per second, starting July 6, to meet the Oct. 1 deadline, when the TSA will stop accepting standard driver's licenses, according to KGW.
$24 million: Amount Oregon lost to cyberattacks from January through September of 2019, according to the AP, citing FBI figures.
80: Oregon's on-time high school graduation rate in 2019, according to The Oregonian.
$900,000: Incentives Oregon offered a Texas company, Mr. Cooper Group, that promised to bring 1,600 jobs to the state in 2010, according to The Oregonian. Mr. Cooper Group confirmed this week it was laying off its remaining workers in Beaverton.
1534: Senate Bill backed by Sen. Shemia Fagan, D-Portland, and Labor Commissioner Val Hoyle to boost enforcement of housing discrimination violations.
30,000: New units of housing the state needs every year to fix its low-supply problem, House Speaker Tina Kotek, D-Portland, told Oregon Business magazine.
$120,000,000: Approximate amount Kotek wants to pour into housing initiatives this session.
3: "Outstanding Natural Areas" officially designated by the Bureau of Land Management in Oregon, according to The Oregonian.
11: "Outstanding Natural Areas" in the entire U.S.
$2,000: Amount Gov. Kate Brown gave to Rep. Rob Nosse, a Portland Democrat who is facing a primary challenger, according to Willamette Week. The donation is Brown's first of the 2020 campaign season to an Oregon candidate.