Now Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach is suing the U.S. Election Assistance Commission to try to force it to modify the federal voter registration form to allow for requiring proof of citizenship. Rather than let Kobach continue his charade, other state leaders need to stand up, our Friday editorial argues. Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Gov. Sam Brownback need to speak out and defend the 15,000 Kansans so far who have had their voting rights "suspended." And Kansas legislators need to realize that they were misled by phony fears of voter fraud and rescind the proof-of-citizenship requirement. If they won't step up and take charge, it will be up to the courts to rein in Kobach – again.