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Mountainside Fitness CEO says company plans to sue Governor Ducey, citing mandated gym closures

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Mountainside Fitness CEO says company plans to sue Governor Ducey, citing mandated gym closures

Mountainside Fitness CEO says company plans to sue Governor Ducey, citing mandated gym closures

The founder and CEO of Mountainside Fitness says he intends to file a lawsuit against Governor Ducey in response to his executive order closing gyms.

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AND WATER PARKS TO SHUT DOWN FORA MONTH.SAME WITH GYMS, AN INDUSTRY ONECOMPANY SAYS IT BEING SINGLEDOUT AND THEIR CEO SAYS THEY HAVENO PLANS TO SHUT DOWN.HERE IS ABC 15'S FAY FREDRICKS.





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