HRC president looks back on his first year

07/30/2013 | Metro Weekly (Washington, D.C.)

Chad Griffin, the president of the Human Rights Campaign, says the celebration following two big wins at the Supreme Court in June was short-lived on his orders. "I had said to our team repeatedly that we celebrate that day, but the very next day we roll up our sleeves and we get to work," Griffin tells Metro Weekly's Justin Snow in a wide-ranging interview about his first year on the job. HRC under his watch has set a goal of winning marriage equality in all 50 states within five years.

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