People are ticked off about Lyme Disease. And the state is doing nothing about it – it’s even making it harder to do something about it.So Jason Bartlett learned when he ran for state representative on a health care platform. He got elected and, in his first few weeks in office, introduced a bill pushing for action on Lyme. The attorney general joined him. But Bartlett faces an uphill fight. He writes about that in the latest installment of his freshman legislator’s Independent diary.