NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Former NFL player Tim Tebow is teaming up with Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee in a multimillion-dollar partnership to fight human trafficking. Tebow is expecting $1.2 million in state funding for his foundation in the upcoming Tennessee state budget. The budget earmarks more than $5 million combined to Tebow’s organization and others to combat human trafficking. Tebow said the funding will help a ministry within the Tim Tebow Foundation that helps build safe homes in the state alongside other funded organizations. The rest of the funding includes $3.5 million to End Slavery Tennessee, $600,000 to the Tennessee Anti-Slavery Alliance and $100,000 to Thistle Farms.
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