Government Shutdown Could Cost $300M Per Day

ABC News' Tahman Bradley says no new talks are planned on the second day of the government shutdown.
3:39 | 10/02/13

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America this morning. Morning -- -- -- -- of the government shutdown and the ripple effects are being felt across the nation now despite the growing sense of anger and frustration on the part of many Americans no new talks are scheduled. The Republicans are set to try to plan which would fund only certain parts of the government. -- system -- Bradley is live at the capitol for us this morning good morning mind. Good morning -- and John there's absolutely no sign of compromise here on Capitol Hill. And it doesn't look like anything is going to get done in fact both sides are bracing for the shutdown would go on for a while meanwhile the public. Fed up. The government shutdown enters its second -- with no end in sight across the country anger is growing it's crazy I think. I -- for the whole. Holding the government hostage over obamacare is just ridiculous twenty jerks on in the show up there. 800000. Federal workers will stay home again today without pay about 6700 of them civilian workers at this military base in central New Jersey. They just -- -- until further notice you know. Your furloughed and when we call you come on back -- local officials are worried about the economic impact these people started. Losing their paychecks their -- money and down. According to one estimate the government shutdown will cost taxpayers 300 million dollars a day. Twelve and a half million dollars an hour and one point six billion dollars a week. But that price tag hasn't brought congress closer to a deal last night in a new strategy house Republicans try to find some parts of the government. Like national parks and veterans' benefits. But the measures were defeated by Democrats who won a full government spending bill with -- changes to president Obama's health care law they took hostages by shedding and the government. And now they're releasing one hostage at a time. As Washington braces for a prolonged shutdown some Republicans now admit it's time to put a clean funding bill on the. -- -- -- -- -- -- -- An even bigger crisis is creeping closer on October 17 the country will run out of money to pay its bills and -- congress raises the debt ceiling. John them. -- -- mod rod they have a lot in Washington thank you. And now to one of the most touching images from the shut down veterans most of whom had served in World War II. Arrived in Washington DC and they didn't know that the memorial erected in their -- was closed. With the help from a few lawmakers the hundred or so that's remove the barriers and were able to walk in one of the vets from Mississippi said that this is probably the last trip he'll make to Washington and seeing that memorial was. Off some just -- -- -- more consequences of the shut down to know now the military is closing all 246. Of its commissary -- installations around the world now. Let's -- series provide tax free groceries to about twelve million people including military personnel their families and retirees. -- the shutdown drags on obviously those people would see their grocery bills climb significantly. And the nation's service academies have suspended all their sports teams that means no football practice at army navy and air force. -- games this coming Saturday are also in jeopardy. Army is supposed to play Boston college and air force is scheduled to play navy. Decision on whether or not to go ahead of those games will be made tomorrow. -- just -- faced the question of the day how has the government shut down impacted you lots of people already weighing in on this during the discussion AT&T -- dot com.

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