Des Moines Register: Iowa’s local governments and businesses could lose future state grants and contracts if they require customers or other visitors to prove they are vaccinated for COVID-19, according to a bill advancing in the Legislature. The bill, House File 889, would also prohibit state or local governments from including a person’s COVID-19 vaccination status on an identification card. The House Judiciary Committee advanced the bill out of both subcommittee and committee Monday afternoon, a first step toward fulfilling Gov. Kim Reynolds’ call earlier this month to ban the so-called vaccine passports.