Among other ideas and proposals, the 2016 US presidential candidates shared some thoughts on the issue of reproducible research in science.
Quoted from the traditional questionnaire in Scientific American, with emphasis added.
I believe federal policies can do even more to reinforce public trust in the integrity of science throughout the research enterprise. Though very rare, deliberate fraud in how scientists use public research dollars must be exposed, punished, and prevented. We can and will create further incentives to encourage scientists not only to maintain accountability and accuracy checks, but also to share data, code, and research results for reuse and support replication by others.
Science is science and facts are facts.
This is not a political endorsement. You can read the questionnaire to form your own opinion.