Northernstate was traditionally known as a manufacturing state, but in recent years the industry has shifted to other areas of the country. In order to attract manufacturers back to the nearly abandoned towns of the state, the legislature decides to grant all in-state manufacturers an exemption from collecting and paying sales tax for the next 2 years. The plan works and towns like River Falls are soon thriving again. An out-of-state manufacturing company, F.R. Paper, which sells a large portion of its product within Northernstate applies for the exemption and is denied, at which point they file suit. Claiming discrimination against out-of-staters, F.R. Paper cites the Commerce Clause and argues that Northernstate is illegally discriminating against them. What is the likely result?