Governor Scott Walker says the legislative districts he and his fellow Republicans approved in 2011 meet every constitutional standard — and he believes the U-S Supreme Court will uphold them. The justices said Monday they would review the districts, after a three judge panel accepted an argument that the G-O-P jammed Democrats into fewer numbers of districts which gave them little chance of winning a legislative majority for the decade. The Republican Walker says the 2011 maps protected the principles of “one person, one vote” while ensuring voting rights by minorities and maintaining communities of interest. Also, Walker says he doesn’t buy the argument that Republicans unfairly gained Assembly and Senate seats in 2012, ’14, and ’16 while Democrats won some statewide races. The governor explains that by saying his party’s conservative changes have worked.