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Byline: Jennifer W. Sanchez firstname.lastname@example.org / 823-3610
Gov. Bill Richardson's call for the resignation of the regents at the University of New Mexico has thrown the school's search for a new president up in the air.
Three regents, whose six-year terms expired this month, have resigned, but say they will continue to serve until new members are appointed.
David Archuleta is one of them.
Archuleta, however, said he will remain as the presidential search committee chairman a position that was voted on by the regents last fall.
"I intend to continue the search until I'm told otherwise," he said Tuesday.
Calls made to …