Can you catch leprosy anywhere in the u.S.?

Yes. Yes, but there are very few active cases of leprosy and you must have close contact in order that the disease is transmitted.
Leprosy. There are about 6,500 people w Leprosy in the US. In 2009 there were 213 new US cases. Most new cases are in: California, Florida, Hawaii, Louisiana, Massachusetts, New York & Texas. Leprosy may be transmitted by close contacts with infected armadillos or humans. 95% of people are immune to Leprosy. It is often called the least contagious of the infectious diseases.