Danbury State Senator Julie Kushner says families making too much money to qualify for HUSKY, but not enough to afford private health insurance, may be eligible for no-cost health insurance. The Covered Connecticut Program started Friday, offering private health and dental insurance to people caught in the middle. The first-in-the-nation waiver program will provide coverage to 31,000 low-income, working people. There are no premiums, no co-pays or deductibles for eligible residents. The program combines Medicaid with state support and resources provided by the Affordable Care Act. Covered CT Plans are offered by Anthem and ConnectiCare.