Igor Bobic, HuffPost Canada

Igor Bobic

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Recent articles by Igor:

Here's What Democrats Want In The Next Coronavirus Bill

More checks from the government, free coronavirus treatment and infrastructure spending are just some priorities for House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. → Read More

Coronavirus Relief Bill Shortchanges D.C., Gives It Less Money Than The States

The nation's capital gets shafted once more by Congress. → Read More

Senate Coronavirus Bill Prohibits Trump's Hotels From Receiving Bailouts

Democrats pushed to ban Trump family businesses from cashing in on the Senate's $2 trillion rescue package. → Read More

Senate Reaches Deal On Massive Coronavirus Relief Bill

Democrats succeeded in attaching more money for hospitals and health care workers, as well as some restrictions on a fund to help big business. → Read More

Democrats Block Senate Coronavirus Bill, Calling It A 'Corporate Bailout'

They're calling for more funding to hospitals and health care workers. → Read More

Republicans Unveil Massive Stimulus Bill To Aid Economy Slammed By Coronavirus

The plan calls for direct payments to people, as many struggle to make ends meet. Big loans to businesses and major industries are also proposed. → Read More

Trump Signs Coronavirus Aid Bill

The legislation, which House Democrats authored last week, modestly expands sick leave and makes testing for the coronavirus more widely available. → Read More

Chuck Schumer Calls For At Least $750 Billion To Help Economy And Fight Coronavirus

The New York senator wants the Senate to take "big, bold, urgent" action to deal with the growing coronavirus outbreak and its impact on the U.S. economy. → Read More

Coronavirus Looms Large In Feisty Debate Between Joe Biden And Bernie Sanders

The confrontation between the two leading Democratic candidates felt more than a little surreal as fears continue to grow over the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Joe Biden Rips Trump Over Coronavirus 'Xenophobia', Unveils His Own Plan

"Downplaying it, being overly dismissive, or spreading misinformation is only going to hurt us," he said. → Read More

Michigan Primary Shows Democratic Voters Only Care About One Thing

Beating Donald Trump comes first and foremost, not one's ideology. → Read More

Joe Biden Sweeps More Primaries, Solidifying His Path To The Democratic Nomination

The former vice president is cruising, while Sen. Bernie Sanders is in big trouble. → Read More

The March Primaries Look Pretty Good For Joe Biden

Sen. Bernie Sanders faces a difficult road ahead in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. → Read More

The March Primaries Look Pretty Good For Joe Biden

Sen. Bernie Sanders faces a difficult road ahead in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination. → Read More

Chuck Schumer: 'I Should Not Have Used The Words I Used' About The Supreme Court

The senator said he meant there would be "political consequences" if the Supreme Court gutted abortion rights. → Read More

Joe Biden’s Campaign To Bernie Sanders: Black Voters Aren’t Part Of The ‘Establishment’

The former vice president's team bristled at the senator's recent attacks. → Read More

Read Live Updates On Super Tuesday 2020: Joe Biden Opens Big

There are 1,357 delegates at stake as voters from 14 states head to the polls. → Read More

Mike Bloomberg Gets Testy After Being Pressed About Dropping Out

“Miss, are you gonna ask or are you gonna give a lecture?” he asked a reporter. → Read More

Some Californians Regret Voting Early

With Pete Buttigieg and Tom Steyer out of the race and Joe Biden showing new life, some who already voted are wishing for a Super Tuesday do-over. → Read More

Bernie Sanders Targeted Again And Again In Chaotic Democratic Debate

The Vermont senator drew most of the attacks onstage in Charleston. But it might be too late to stop his march to the nomination. → Read More