Dozens of bowling alley owners plan to file lawsuit against governor’s office after not being allowed to reopen during Phase 2

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B&B Lanes in Fayetteville (Photo: WTVD)

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. (WTVD) — A lawsuit towards Governor Cooper is expected Monday as bowling alleys across North Carolina remain closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On Friday, they were denied the ability to open after a 17-point, detailed plan was sent to Governor Cooper’s desk this week.

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“We don’t understand where the line in the sand was drawn,” said Nancy Schenk, owner of B&B Lanes in Fayetteville. “At this point, some businesses are allowed to open and others are not and we feel like we were on the wrong side of that.”

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