A Tennessee House committee has voted to kill a guns measure that has pitched firearms advocates against business groups. The House Calendar Committee voted 15-8 Tuesday to send the bill to a study committee after the Legislature adjourns for the year. The measure backed by the National Rifle Association would allow anybody with a state-issued handgun carry permit to store loaded firearms in their vehicles parked on company lots - regardless of their employers' wishes. NRA lobbyist Darren LaSorte says he will push for calling the bill directly to the House floor. It would take a two-thirds vote in the 99-member chamber to override the committee action.