Newsmaker: In Long Beach, this week, there's a lot at stake for the Reform Party. Not just the presidential nomination, but 12.5 million dollars in federal money earned by Ross Perot's showing in the election of 1996. Perot's faction has disqualified former Republican Pat Buchanan as a nominee, for allegedly breaking party rules. That would pave the way for John Hagelin, who's already nominated by the Natural Law Party. Buchanan claims if he's not on the ballot, it means the end of the Party, and he's not giving up. The convention starts Thursday, but the infighting's already begun. KCRW's Eric Roy is at the Long Beach Convention Center.