HARRISBURG (AP) – The revenue shortfall in PA grew in May to $2.6 billion, as the effects of the state’s COVID-19 shutdowns and delayed tax-filing deadlines hammered tax collections for a third straight month. The state Revenue Department said PA collected $2.1 billion in May, which was $440 million or 17% less than projected at the beginning of the fiscal year. Through 11 months of the fiscal year, the state’s collections of $29.6 billion is $2.6 billion or 8% below projections. The department estimates most of that gap can be attributed to moving tax-filing deadlines to July or later.