Twenty states have joined the lawsuit challenging the new health care law. Next week's election could determine whether Kansas, Oklahoma and other states enter the fight as well — in Kansas' case, going up against former Gov. Kathleen Sebelius, now President Obama's secretary of health and human services. As the website Congress.org noted, Republican gubernatorial front-runner Sam Brownback and GOP attorney general candidate Derek Schmidt both favor joining the suit. Meanwhile, Democrat Steve Six, whom Sebelius appointed attorney general, wants to stay out of it. Governing magazine views the Schmidt-Six contest as a toss-up, noting that "it's expected to be a brutal election for Kansas Democrats this year" but that Six is "as strong a Democrat as the party has running in the state."