Cantor stands with Boehner at news conference after a House Republican caucus meeting at the U.S. Capitol in WashingtonBy way of David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republicans who control the U.S. House of Representatives have penciled in a conceivable vote next week on regulation to boost the debt limit, a sign that they’re moving closer to finding out whether or not to try to connect conditions to any elevate. Home Majority Leader Eric Cantor on Friday left a spot open in his weekly Home flooring schedule for "conceivable consideration of the regulation associated to the debt restrict" on Wednesday. A short lived extension of the $17 trillion U.S. debt ceiling expires in the dark on Friday, forcing the U.S. Treasury Division to resort to exceptional cash administration measures to be sure that it could actually continue to borrow to pay federal obligations. Cantor's agenda didn’t indicate a particular invoice, or whether any legislation would include stipulations or be the "smooth" raise sought by way of President Barack Obama.