(AP) - A national gun-control group has named Kansas as one of four states to receive its "Craziest Gun Laws" award because of a new measure the organization says allows guns in the state's schools.
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence issued its annual ranking of gun laws earlier this month. Kansas, Virginia, Utah and Florida received the group's "Craziest Gun Laws" award.
The Wichita Eagle reports state and local officials say a bill signed by Gov. Sam Brownback last month clarifies Kansas law, but doesn't change it.
The new measure prevents concealed-carry permit holders from taking guns into any building that posts no-gun signs on its doors.
The Brady group says that might allow guns inside schools that don't post the signs.