Jan BrewerDAYS OF LOT –  Corporate leaders are trying to convince Arizona’s Republican governor Jan Brewer that allowing businesses to discriminate is bad for business. From Apple to Delta Airlines to Petsmart to Yelp, more companies joined the fight on Tuesday to get Brewer to veto SB 1062 — a bill passed by the Arizona Senate that would allow businesses to refuse to serve any customers based on the owners’ religious beliefs. Arizona Senate Democrats, who tried to thwart the bill, argue that the the proposal essentially legalizes discrimination against LGBT individuals. On Tuesday night David Lenhardt, the CEO of PetSmart, which is headquartered in Arizona, told CNBC that the bill is “bad for Arizona business. We think it’s bad for the people of Arizona.” If passed, the law “would cause significant harm to many people and will result in job losses,” Delta Air Lines said in a statement Tuesday, joining its competitor American Airlines in protesting the bill. In a letter to Brewer earlier this week, American executives wrote “the reality is that (the bill) has the very real potential of slowing down the momentum we have achieved by reducing the desire for businesses to locate in this state.” More