When you’re cornered, your first instinct is to look for a way to escape. That is the position Wisconsin legislative leaders are in as the fight over legislative maps intensifies. The maps that determine legislative districts, and who you get to vote for, are currently drawn by Republicans to favor Republican candidates. And it has worked overwhelmingly. But the maps are considered the most gerrymandered in the nation, and ultimately unfair. Speaker Robin Vos has repeatedly argued that the maps should be drawn by the politicians, not a bipartisan panel like is used in Iowa. He to this day still defends Wisconsin’s rigged maps which benefit his party. He has resisted calls to adopt the Iowa style. But now with a lawsuit pending before the Wisconsin Supreme Courts that threaten to throw the current maps out, Vos suddenly likes the idea of a bipartisan commission of mapmakers. He wants an independent body to draw the maps, but also wants lawmakers, like the Republicans who control the Wisconsin Legislature, to have the final say. That doesn’t sound like much of a change. If Wisconsin is going to adopt a new process, it should be the courts, not the politicians, who have to give final approval.