Government shutdown enters day 33

There are growing concerns that the shutdown could now delay tax refunds, hurt FBI investigations and even slow down meat inspections. ABC News' Serena Marshall reports.
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Transcript for Government shutdown enters day 33
We turn now to date 33 of the government shut down any new information about the economic toll it's taking. One estimate claims it will cost the economy six billion dollars by the end of the week. Friday is also the day hundreds of thousands of cash strapped federal workers will miss another paycheck. There are growing concerns of the shutdown could no delay tax refunds hurt FBI investigations and even slow down meat inspections. ABC Serena Marshall has the latest now from Washington good morning Serena. Today Victor good morning to you and did that shut down is it causing these employees federal blaze did not does work for other work second jobs that bring new jobs altogether as the shutdown drags on the FBI's agent's association has said it's making the country less safe. Day 833. The government still shut down and compromise still missing. Who would break through this stalemate. That would reopen government Schweppes flick no want. Can call this new effort a compromise. This senate is set to vote Thursday on the president's proposal that trades some protections for certain immigrants including dreamers can exchange your full funding for the wall. But the Democrats said the bill had several major changes including only extending temporary dock a protections to those currently covered. And changing asylum eligibility miners approaching the US Mexico border would no longer qualify. In the house opened the government. But as the Tug of war continues cotton a middle. On May be and mind. To become all home loans first and again. People liquids Williams rate there her rent subsidized by a federal grant that hasn't been paid since December. And John manly but did the come anywhere close to offsetting these. The salary that were missing an air traffic controller and father of seven writing for Hoover and his days off FBI agents also looking for other work. The FBI agents association has warned that confidential sources may be lost forever and that they are unable to do undercover work and that they are putting hers on standby which puts children in jeopardy. Fed up with his cellmate TSA sick outs extending to the USDA. Meat inspectors according to the Washington Post forced to show a doctors noted they call in sick and hundreds of virus employees and skipping work because of financial hardship that could mean a delay on tax refunds it. And come Friday federal workers will be missing or second paycheck which means that now their vision and dental insurance premiums have to come out of their own pocket. In a Victor and keeps on going arts arena Marshall think you.

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