As the number of people registered to use medical marijuana continues to grow at a rapid pace (there are now nearly 9,000 users), communities throughout Colorado are regulating dispensaries. In the middle of next month, Frisco is expected to lift a moratorium on dispensaries but will place limits on where they set up shop, according to CBS4 . And that will ultimately limit how many dispensaries are able to do business in the town, says Suzanne Kelley, a spokeswoman for Frisco, which views dispensaries similarly to bars---places to be monitored for crime. Meanwhile, count Broomfield out of the dispensary equation. The city council there wants applications for distributors denied, reports the Broomfield Enterprise , and the city attorney is at the ready. Councilwoman Lori Cox says the idea of dispensaries distributing large quantities of marijuana "sounds too much like a free-for-all." Westword  explores the little-known world of the "ganjapreneurs" cashing in on the booming medical pot business and provides a handy directory of dispensaries , as well.