The Homeland Security Act of 2002 does not regulate employment relationships at facilities like chemical plants, a federal judge in Brooklyn has ruled in a case of first impression.

Independent Chemical Corp., a Queens company whose chemicals are used in making industrial cleaners and food additives, had argued that the act barred it from continuing to employ a man who had been indicted for attempted murder in the shooting of his common-law wife.

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