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A group of retired New York City employees is suing Mayor Eric Adams and other city officials to block the city's planned switch to an Aetna Medicare Advantage plan for 250,000 retired city workers and dependents, Becker’s Payer Issues reports. In a lawsuit filed in New York County Supreme Court May 31, nine retirees and the NYC Organization of Public Service Retirees allege providing Medicare Advantage as the only option for retirees violates the city's obligation to provide health benefits to its retired workers. The city approved the Aetna-run plan March 9, and the plan is set to take effect Sept. 1.