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I don't think you can use JQL to get the information you want. JQL is used to find issues.
So to find issues that moved to STATUS on a specific date, you'd write
status CHANGED to <STATUS> ON <DATE>
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JQL has functions that are useful for date range search, such as startofday(), endofmonth(), and these functions can take parameters, such as startofmonth(-3), which gives you everything regarding 3 months ago.
I'm not sure what you mean by 'state', as I'm in Australia, and state is the area of the country?
Happy to get more details?
JQL works with WAS or CHANGED operators to find status changes. Here you can try something like:
status CHANGED TO "Done" DURING ("2023/03/01","2023/04/01")
I'm not sure if you can search for the date when the issue changed its status.
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