One of the Iowa Republicans running for the U.S. Senate will hold a town hall meeting in Des Moines next week to unveil 10 alternative ideas to ObamaCare.
Sam Clovis says his number one idea is to allow insurance companies to sell polices across state lines.
He says that would end the current monopolies some companies have in a state.
Clovis says the second-best way to reduce health insurance premiums is to set limits on medical malpractice lawsuits.
He says he takes "no pleasure" in the failures of ObamaCare and wants to offer some "common sense solutions" as an alternative.
Clovis doubts the president had the legal authority to issue yesterday's executive order to force insurance companies to re-issue policies that were cancelled because they didn't meet the standards of the new health care law.
Clovis faults Congressman Bruce Braley -- the only Democrat running for the U.S. Senate -- for failing to publicly address the failings of ObamaCare.