As to the first bolded point, this is the state government. The state is not a government of enumerated rights. Unless the US or Florida Constitutions prohibit them from doing something, it is within the state's power. And I'm pretty sure that limiting the accessibility to drug paraphernalia will meet the very easy standard of a legitimate government interest to exercise its police powers, particularly because deference is given to the legislature as to the means to accomplish that interest. As to the second bolded point, there is no legal right to the "pursuit of happiness." Pretty words in the Declaration of Independence do not make law. While a law may be unwise, foolhardy, or even silly, that does not mean it is necessarily unconstitutional. The remedy for such laws is the democratic process.