Iowa is receiving a quarter of a million dollars in a settlement from toy companies. The Iowa Attorney General's office reports that Mattel is paying 12-million dollars to states after lead paint was found in toys. Iowa's share is about 214-thousand dollars. Mattel and Fisher-Price have recalled 2-million toys for excessive lead levels in surface paints. The toys were made in China. A "Justgreen Partnership" survey finds that of 15-hundred toys tested, one in three contained medium to high levels of lead, cadmium, arsenic and other chemicals. The most contaminated category was children's jewelry.