U.S. Capitol Building stands in WashingtonThrough Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The U.S. Congress authorized rules on Wednesday to increase U.S. federal borrowing authority for a year, bowing to President Barack Obama's calls for for a debt restrict raise with none conditions. However last action in the Senate came most effective after an hour-long nail-biting procedural vote forced through the objections of Republican Ted Cruz, a conservative Tea Birthday Celebration favourite, in which it regarded at first there would no longer be enough Republicans to join the Democratic majority and boost the bill. A decision through Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell and Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn, who are each up for re-election this year, to vote to increase the measure appeared to kick the procedural tally over the wanted 60 votes. In any case, 12 Republicans joined Democrats in helping the bill across the procedural hurdle on a vote of sixty seven-31.