The administration’s train on government-controlled health care is speeding down the track, and the driving force of that policy–the next Secretary of Health and Human Services–is still very much in question. While the President is itching to fill the final seat in his Cabinet, nominee Gov. Kathleen Sebelius (D-Kans.) (A Catholic) did little to help her cause yesterday by vetoing an extraordinarily popular Kansas bill on women’s health. By rejecting SB 218, a proposal that passed by wide margins in the House (82-43) and Senate (25-11), Sebelius proved her critics right by showing just how beholden she is to the radical abortion industry.