Ohio Gov. John Kasich, a candidate for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination, has a plan to replace the Affordable Care Act, but there's one part of the controversial health care law that he'd keep.
"You shouldn't be able to lose your health care because of a pre-existing condition," Kasich told CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett. "That's really, really critical."
Otherwise, Kasich said he's implementing reforms in Ohio that are "scalable in the country."
While the governor supports the idea of health insurance exchanges -- online marketplaces where consumers can comparison shop for insurance plans -- he says they don't need to be government-run.
"I'd rather have a market-oriented system," Kasich said.