First, address the actual peeing:
We are going to assume that before your puppy pees on the bed, he makes the motion to get ready to pee. If at all possible, stop him by interrupting him. This can be done by startling him before he does the deed. Loudly and quickly say, "No!" This will cause him to turn and look at you.
Then, pick him up and take him off the bed. Without hesitation, bring your Pug to his normal area for peeing. He may dribble along the way, however the goal will be to have him at least finish peeing outside.
He may stop all together if this is spaying and not a need to empty the bladder. However, if he does urinate in the designated area that you bring him to during regular training, give him great reward and praise.
Clean all bedding on a hot setting and additionally spray the sheets and blankets with an enzyme cleanser for canine marking issues. This will help to eliminate scents that you won't be able to pick up, but your Pug will that would otherwise prompt him to want to continue using that exact spot.
The door to the bedroom should be closed off so that your Pug does not have access to it.
Until this behavior is under control, we'd suggest not allowing your Pug up onto the bed; he needs to learn that your husband is a leader before he is allowed to be up there with you. If not, it will send mixed signals.
Now to Teach Your Pug about Leadership
Both of you should be involved in all aspects of taking care of your Pug, particularly feeding. Your pup should be expected to obey the 'sit' command before food is put down. Split up the task so that alternatively give meals.