Looks like several more states are planning to join the multi-state lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the new health care law:
Attorneys general in Kansas, Ohio, Wyoming, and Wisconsin have requested to join the lawsuit filed by 20 other state attorneys general led by Florida attorney general (AG) Bill McCollum against the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA).
The new Republican attorney general for Maine says he is also getting ready to have the state join the Florida-led lawsuit.
I don't know that the addition of more states will make the legal case any stronger. But it will certainly highlight the strength of state-based opposition to the law: If Maine joins the suit, it will mean that fully half of the states will have challenged the law's constitutionality in court.
Read my feature on ObamaCare and the states here.