New Jersey officials are launching an amnesty program allowing people to confess abuses of Medicaid benefits. It's a pilot program and it comes after over two dozen fraud arrests in Lakewood over the summer. They were among members of the town's growing Orthodox Jewish community. Hundreds of calls have since come in from Lakewood residents wanting to know if they're following the rules for applying for Medicaid, SNAP and other government benefits. Those who admit wrong-doing will face fines and reimbursement. The program is available only to Ocean County residents and only if they're not already facing charges.