On the other hand, I have worked in a "baby-friendly" hospital where policy was near-draconian and difficult. We had moms (a small percentage) who had made up their mind, and were educated, NOT to breastfeed for some awfully good reasons. I remember a couple of them actually have suffered rape trauma in their younger years and for some reason, the thought of a baby at the breast was horrifying to them (in addiction to other issues of course). I have worked with some pretty horrible LC's who walk into a room, grab a boob and start jamming it in the kid's mouth, privacy be damned (one time in front of a patient's father, who was supremely uncomfortable). LCs should be supportive, too, but never, ever pushy. I have run in to several, sadly, that where. What a turn-off to a mom just learning to nurse her baby.
The whole not allowing ANY formula can be a problem also. I agree with not distributing diaper bags made by formula companies or mentioning its use, but to have to have a prescription for dispense ANY formula for ANY reason, a bit much. Some moms, at 3 am, all nursed-out, stressed-out, exhausted and their inconsolable babies are reason enough to supplement in some rare cases.
Just my random anecdotal musings.......
No one debates the need to support, educate, train and follow through with breastfeeding moms. But I don't want to see anyone "guilted" into making a choice of any sort, whether it be breast, bottle, or both. There is enough mommy guilt as it is.