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President Barack Obama's endorsement of gay marriage Wednesday didn't just galvanize supporters in Hollywood, it convinced some entertainment industry progressives to abandon their criticism and get involved in his campaign. Take Dustin Lance Black. The Oscar-winning "Milk" screenwriter was so angered by Obama’s lack of movement on marriage equality that he publicly suggested he might sit out this presidential race. On Thursday, he told TheWrap he is considering being a co-host for a Los Angeles fundraiser on June 6 geared toward the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (Lgbt) community. “I am moving from »

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