LOS ANGELES — A state audit of the Los Angeles Community College District called into question more than $140 million in district spending funded by three general obligation bond measures approved by voters between 2001 and 2008.

The audit by the office of California Controller John Chiang grew out of an investigation launched by the office last year after it received a complaint about a satellite campus, said spokesman Jacob Roper.

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