Jenny Hatch, 29, who has Down syndrome, can live independently, at odds with her parents’ wishes, a judge ruled.
Aug. 15, 2013 Jenny Hatch, 29, has fielded invitations to give speeches about her case after a Virginia judge ruled that she has the right to choose where she lives. Hatch works part time at Village Thrift, a business owned by two friends, Kelly Morris and Jim Talbert. She lives with them now instead of in a group home. Matt Eich/For The Washington Post Buy Photo