Mattel to abide by stricter standards
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Toy giant Mattel has agreed to follow stricter safety standards regarding lead content in it's toys. Under the agreement, the company must pay $12 million out to different states. $260,000 will go to North Carolina. More than 2 million Mattel and Fisher-Price toys manufactured in China were recalled in 2007 due to excess lead in the paint.

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