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In a situation like this, the landlord has a legal duty to provide a habitable dwelling that meets all local code and housing ordinances. If there is a severe mold problem, then this would breach the landlord's duty to you and give you legal grounds to either terminate the lease or sue him for breach to force him to remediate the mold to make the property habitable.
You could also threaten to contact the local Code Enforcement office and have them come out to inspect if he didn't completely remediate the mold.
But as for the report, if he paid for it, it is his personal property and he wouldn't have to give you a copy if he didn't want to.
But if you sued him, you could subpoena the report as evidence in the case against him for damages if you have suffered health problems or have incurred expenses for moving elsewhere if he hasn't taken quick action to cure the problem.