A push to expand gun rights in Florida appears doomed for another year after a state Senate panel on Tuesday voted down three separate gun bills. The vote means it is unlikely the Senate will consider any gun-related legislation in the annual session that starts in January. Past efforts to loosen up gun regulations have gotten bogged down amid a divide in the Republican-controlled Legislature. The three bills that were voted down included one that would have lowered criminal penalties for concealed weapons permit holders who violate the state’s ban on openly carrying firearms. Another would have allowed those with a concealed weapon permit to carry their gun on the grounds of a private school if the school was on church property.