It was released in Spring 2015. The reports include: Employment & Earnings, Poverty & Opportunity, Work & Family, Violence & Safety, Reproductive Rights, Health & Well-Being, and Political Participation.
You can look at the whole country on one indicator, or full profiles of individual states.
WHAT'S IT GOOD FOR?
When you see politicians from certain states talk about controlling access to birth control, denying higher minimum wages, and generally denying better work conditions for women, poverty, pregnancy rates -- LOOK UP THAT STATE and send some data to that politician. Keep them honest. The worst states for women are the poorest, most restrictive, and -- ahem -- tend to be Red and Southern.