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Thank you for your reply.
Under the law, workplace harassment is only legally actionable if it is based only on your age/race/sex/disability/national origin, which is why I asked you that initial question. If the conduct is not for one of those reasons, I am afraid that legally you do not have any cause of action to pursue in court and no recourse other than reporting it to your HR division or your agency director.
Please read what I said above, if you do not have evidence this is based only on your age/race/sex/disability/national origin, your only help you can receive is from your HR department or your Director.
Ordinary bullying is not something you can sue over. You need to report it to your agency director, that is all you can do. I am sorry, we do not make those laws, that is what the courts say. I believe you should not only report it to your agency director but also speak to your employer's employee assistance program or HR about the matter to try to get them to stop.