A new state report says two thirds of one-and-two-year-olds on Medicaid do not get lead poisoning tests as required by the federal government. Just 32-percent of Wisconsin’s Medicaid babies and toddlers received the mandated tests last year. The State Journal of Madison says kids on Medicaid are three times as likely as others to have lead poisoning, and many are not being identified — but state health services spokeswoman Elizabeth Goodsitt says they’re trying to increase testing by working with state and local partners to stress the importance of lead tests. This is National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week, and health officials released a statement Wednesday that 43-hundred Wisconsin kids tested last year had too much lead in their bodies. The state said it was making progress, but more needs to be done.