Summary: John Eastman Named New Chairman of NOM


An overview of the media coverage:

The Associated Press: "A law school professor from Southern California was named Thursday as the new chairman of the National Organization for Marriage, one of the most active groups opposed to the legalization of same-sex marriage."

National Catholic Register: "Constitutional scholar John Eastman was just named chairman of the board for the National Organization for Marriage. A former dean of Chapman University Law School and the founding director of the Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, Eastman spoke with Register senior writer Tim Drake about the new appointment."

National Public Radio's coverage can be heard here.

OneNewsNow: "A California law professor says he's delighted to join the nation's leading pro-family organization to defend marriage and religious liberties...The former candidate for state attorney general and former Chapman University Law School dean will replace the group's co-founder, Maggie Gallagher, who is finishing her book Debating Same-Sex Marriage."

The AP coverage was picked up by the Washington Post, Huffington Post, CBS News, The San Fransisco Chronicle, the Miami Herald, and many other news outlets.

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