WASHINGTON - The District of Columbia received a "clean" audit for fiscal 2007, but was cited for three "material weaknesses" in financial reporting for its Medicaid program, public schools, and Office of Tax and Revenue.

It is not clear whether the material weaknesses will raise concerns among the credit rating agencies that rate the district's debt.

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