The leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee are pushing for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to rally behind an international effort to raise $1.5 billion to end slavery around the globe.

On Monday, Chairman Bob Corker posted a photo of himself alongside National Football League star Peyton Manning and Todd Helton, another former University of Tennessee signal-caller, each of the three men proudly sporting on the back of their hands the symbol of the anti-slavery END IT movement: a large red X.

Corker, a Tennessee Republican, and ranking member Robert Menendez of New Jersey, have already scheduled a Thursday markup of their bill, The End Modern Slavery Initiative Act of 2015.

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