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SHOTLIST:AP Television - AP CLIENTS ONLYWashington, DC - Oct. 2, 20131. Wide shot of Rep. Eric Cantor and House Republican leadership walking out to news conference2. SOUNDBITE: Rep. Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader"It is a shame that folks in this country who come to Washington to be able to see these memorials can't. They should all be able to enjoy these treasures of our country in peace. That's exactly our message to Harry Reid in the Senate, to our Democratic colleagues and to the president. We ought to be working as hard as we can to open up the government in all the areas we agree on."3. Cutaway of press4. SOUNDBITE: Rep. Eric Cantor, House Majority Leader"There is room for us to talk, to cooperate and have a conversation, but this position that's being taken by the Majority Leader of the Senate as well as the President, that there will be no negotiations, is not something that I think the American people would want."5. Protestors with signs near presserSTORYLINE:House Republicans said Wednesday they will continue efforts to pass legislation to fund parts of the government, such as the national parks, even as the wider partial government shutdown continues. "It is a shame that folks in this country who come to Washington to be able to see these memorials can't. They should all be able to enjoy these treasures of our country in peace," said House Majority Leader Eric Cantor."We ought to be working as hard as we can to open up the government in all the areas we agree on," he added.Democrats have refused to agree to any partial re-openings, insisting instead the House Republicans pass a temporary spending bill clean of any attachments to health care laws, which would reopen the entire government.Cantor said to his Senate Democratic colleages, the only way to end the shutdown is through negotiation. "Ther is room for us to talk, to cooperate and have a conversation, but this position that's being taken by the Majority Leader of the Senate as well as the President, that there will be no negotiations, is not something that I think the American people would want," he said.