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Local 100 retirees granted delay on MTA's planned Medicare switch

Judge grants temporary restraining order

Posted 12/22/23

Retired MTA workers of Transport Workers United Local 100 have gained at least a temporary reprieve in their effort to stop the union from switching them into a privately managed Medicare Advantage plan.  

Manhattan Civil Court Supervising Judge Shahabuddeen A. Ally on Monday granted the retirees their request for a temporary restraining order that for now halts the MTA’s and the union’s move. The parties will reconvene in court Jan. 23. 

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