So people are not buying, despite lower prices–retail sales declined in March, and were down 9.4% compared to last March and down 8.8% for the quarter, despite CPI falling on a seasonally adjusted basis. The CPI fell 0.2% for the 12 months through March, the first such decline since August 1955.
The House reports back for duty on April 21, while the Senate starts up on April 20, when it will consider the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act of Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vermont).
Finally, in the good news/bad news category, NAPFA got some coverage from New York Times personal finance columnist Ron Lieber, whose advisor–a NAPFA member–allegedly stole some of his money. At least Lieber quoted Diahann Lassus, and provided a link to the NAPFA site.